Floral Print Draped Collar Hanky Hem Tank Top

Floral Print Draped Collar Hanky Hem Tank Top


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742 P.2d 689 (1987)
The PEOPLE of the State of Colorado, Petitioner-Appellee,
v.
Mark Allen TAYLORD, Respondent-Appellant.
No. 86CA0074.
Colorado Court of Appeals, Div. I.
October 22, 1987.
Richard H. Forman, Weld County Atty., Robert L. Brown, Chief Appellate Deputy, Greeley, for petitioner-appellee.
David F. Vela, State Public Defender, J. Stephen Phillips, Deputy State Public Defender, Boulder, for respondent-appellant.
PIERCE, Judge.
Respondent, Mark Allen Taylor (defendant), pleaded guilty to a citation filed in Arapahoe County in connection with a traffic violation and stipulated to a fine of $175. He appealed therefrom, contending that his sentence of *690 75 days, including credit for time spent in jail prior to the determination of his guilt, exceeded the statutory maximum for his offense. We agree and vacate his sentence and remand for resentencing.
Defendant’s appeal was pending before this court at all times relevant to this appeal. He had been released on parole (pursuant to his presentence probation sentence) from the Colorado state penitentiary on September 29, 1982, after being convicted of a felony based on his conviction in this case.
On May 9, 1986, after the effective date of a recent change in the law and after sentencing proceedings here, Arapahoe County filed a revocation and sentencing petition in his case, asserting that he had absconded from parole supervision. A warrant directed to the Colorado Board of Parole, issued in connection with the revocation petition, was signed by the Arapahoe County Chief District Court Judge on the same date.
On June 25, 1986, a detainer was filed

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