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State v. Mumin

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Date: 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A-13-0783, State v. Dukhan Iqraa Jihad Mumin (Appellant)

Lancaster County District Court, Judge Karen Flowers

Attorney for Appellant: John Jorgensen (Lancaster County Public Defender’s Office)

Attorney for Appellee: Jon Bruning, George R. Love (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal:  Possession of a Controlled Substance; Habitual Criminal

Action Taken by Trial Court: After a stipulated trial to the court, Appellant was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance. A hearing was held concerning the habitual criminal allegation and the appellant was found to be a habitual criminal. The appellant was sentenced to 10 years’ to 20 years’ imprisonment.

Assignment of Errors on Appeal: The appellant assigns that the district court erred by overruling his motion to suppress and admitting all evidence obtained; that trial counsel was ineffective; and that the sentence imposed was excessive. 

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