MACK v. U.S.

No. 92-CF-1456.

637 A.2d 430 (1994)

Charles D. MACK, Appellant, v. UNITED STATES, Appellee.

District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

Decided February 3, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kirk A. Sheppard, for appellant.

Clendon H. Lee, Jr., Asst. U.S. Atty., with whom J. Ramsey Johnson, U.S. Atty., at the time the brief was filed, and John R. Fisher, Thomas C. Black, and John Cox, Asst. U.S. Attys., were on brief, for appellee.

Before FERREN and SCHWELB, Associate Judges, and PRYOR, Senior Judge.

SCHWELB, Associate Judge:

Charles D. Mack was convicted by a jury of distribution of cocaine, in violation of D.C.Code § 33-541(a)(1) (1989). On appeal, he contends that the motions judge committed reversible error by refusing to dismiss the indictment against him, and by instead granting the government a one-day continuance on the 99th day of his pretrial detention. Mack further contends that the trial judge committed reversible error by also refusing to dismiss...


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