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Date: 09-13-2018

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Logan Field v. The State of Texas

Fourth Court of Appeals San Antonio, Texas

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Case Number: No. 04-17-00321-CR, No. 04-17-00322-CR, No. 04-17-00323-CR, No. 04-17-00324-CR

Judge: Luz Elena D. Chapa

Court: Fourth Court of Appeals San Antonio, Texas

Plaintiff's Attorney: Lucy Wilke

Defendant's Attorney: M. Patrick Maguire

Description: Logan Trey Field appeals multiple convictions for possession of a controlled substance. In
the trial court, Field pled guilty pursuant to plea bargain. The trial court convicted Field and
imposed the sentences in accordance with Field’s plea agreement with the State. Field timely filed
a notice of appeal. The trial court found Field was indigent and appointed him appellate counsel.
Field’s appointed appellate counsel has filed in this court a motion to withdraw and a brief
contending that there are no arguable issues and these appeals are frivolous and without merit. The
brief demonstrates a professional and thorough evaluation of the records and meets the
04-17-00321-CR; 04-17-00322-CR; 04-17-00323-CR; 04-17-00324-CR requirements of Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967), High v. State, 573 S.W.2d 807 (Tex. Crim. App. 1978), and Gainous v. State, 436 S.W.2d 137 (Tex. Crim. App. 1969). Counsel sent copies of the brief and motion to withdraw to Field and informed him of his rights in compliance
with the requirements of Kelly v. State, 436 S.W.3d 313 (2014). Although Field was advised of his
right to review the appellate records and file a pro se brief, he did not file a brief.

Outcome: We have thoroughly reviewed the records and counsel’s brief, and we conclude the records present no arguable grounds for appellate review and that the appeals are frivolous. We therefore grant counsel’s motion to withdraw and affirm the trial court’s judgments of conviction.1

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