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People v. Robinson

OPINION FILED OCTOBER 7, 1981.

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE,

v.

WILLIE RAY ROBINSON, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.



APPEAL from the Circuit Court of Macon County; the Hon. RODNEY A. SCOTT, Judge, presiding.

JUSTICE MILLS DELIVERED THE OPINION OF THE COURT:

JUSTICE MILLS delivered the opinion of the court:

The question of two public defenders revisited.

We again find no conflict of interest.

We once more affirm.

The pertinent chronology is this:

Sept. 8, 1980: Robinson charged with two separate counts of burglary.

Sept. 9, 1980: Defendant served with copy of information, found to be indigent, public defender appointed to represent him.

Sept. 18, 1980: Defendant appears in open court with his attorney, Public Defender Scott B. Diamond, pleads not guilty, case alloted for jury trial.

Nov. 10, 1980: Motion to quash arrest and to suppress evidence (filed by Public Defender Scott B. Diamond) denied.

Dec. 10, 1980: Public Defender Jerry Finney appears for defendant, case re-alloted for Dec. 15, 1980, for trial or as soon thereafter as reached on trial call.

Dec. 22, 1980: Defendant pleads guilty to count I, count II is dismissed, sentence of four years imposed. (The plea was a negotiated one and the agreed sentence was four years.)

Jan. 12, 1981: Robinson files pro se motion to withdraw guilty plea ...


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