CURTIS C. EVANS A/K/A CURTIS CHRISHAUN EVANS A/K/A CURTIS EVANS APPELLANT
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI APPELLEE
OF JUDGMENT: 02/15/2017
JUDGE: HON. CHRISTOPHER LOUIS SCHMIDT HARRISON COUNTY CIRCUIT
COURT, FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT: CURTIS C. EVANS (PRO SE)
ATTORNEY FOR APPELLEE: OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL BY:
GRIFFIS, P.J., WESTBROOKS AND TINDELL, JJ.
Curtis Chrishaun Evans, appearing pro se, appeals the
Harrison County Circuit Court's dismissal of his motion
for postconviction relief (PCR). Finding no error, we affirm.
AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
In November 2001, Evans was indicted on one count of armed
robbery and one count of burglary by a Harrison County grand
jury. Evans pleaded guilty to the charges in 2002. On the
armed-robbery count, he was sentenced to sixteen years in the
custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC),
with eight years suspended and eight years to serve, followed
by three years of postrelease supervision (PRS). On the
burglary count, he was sentenced to seven years to run
concurrently with count one.
In April 2010, Evans was arrested for robbery and indecent
exposure while on PRS. After a revocation hearing,
Evans's PRS was revoked, and he was sentenced to serve
his original sentence in the custody of the MDOC.
In 2013, Evans filed his first PCR motion and alleged the
[that] the trial court illegally revoked his PRS; that he was
denied assistance of counsel at the revocation hearing; that
the evidence against him was not disclosed at the hearing;
that he was not given the opportunity to present witnesses
and documentary evidence; and that he was not ...