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Date: 05-16-2018

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Bert Villa v. The State of Texas

Fourth Court of Appeals

Case Number: 04-18-00192-CR

Judge: PER CURIAM Sitting: Karen Angelini, Marialyn Barnard, Rebeca C. Martinez

Court: Fourth Court of Appeals

Plaintiff's Attorney: Nicholas A. LaHood

Defendant's Attorney: name

Description: On January 21, 2015, the trial court sentenced Villa to eight years’ imprisonment. The trial
court then suspended the sentence and placed Villa on community supervision for six years. On
March 22, 2018, over three years later, Villa filed a notice of appeal. It therefore appears that
because Villa did not file a timely notice of appeal, we lack jurisdiction over this appeal. See TEX.
R. APP. P. 26.2(a).

Outcome: We therefore ordered Villa to show cause why this appeal should not be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Villa has not filed a response showing that we have jurisdiction over this appeal.

This appeal is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.

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