George Yarborough v. The State of Texas

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Court of Appeals of Texas, Fort Worth.

George Yarborough v. The State of Texas

NO. 02–15–00219–CR

Decided: August 20, 2015

PANEL:  MEIER, GABRIEL, and SUDDERTH, JJ.

MEMORANDUM OPINION 1

In October 1999, Appellant George Yarborough was convicted of burglary of a habitation and sentenced to twenty-five years' confinement.   In May and June 2015, Yarborough, acting pro se, filed paperwork containing a motion to revoke his signature on various legal documents and a notice of appeal.   On July 8, 2015, we notified Yarborough of our concern that we lack jurisdiction overthis appeal because (1) the trial court had not signed an order ruling on his request to revoke his signatures and (2) a notice of appeal regarding his original conviction was untimely.   See Tex.R.App. P. 26.2(a), 27.1(b).  We stated that the appeal would be dismissed for want of jurisdiction unless Yarborough or any other party provided this court with a signed copy of a trial court order on his motion to revoke signatures or otherwise provided documentation that the appeal from his original conviction is timely.   We have not received a response.   Therefore, we dismiss this appeal for want of jurisdiction.   See Tex.R.App. P. 43.2(f).

FOOTNOTES

1.   See Tex.R.App. P. 47.4.

PER CURIAM