ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT
No. CR 06-584
NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION
STATE OF ARKANSAS
Opinion Delivered June 15, 2006
PRO SE MOTION TO FILE RECORD
ON APPEAL WITHOUT CIRCUIT
COURT CLERK’S CERTIFICATION
[CIRCUIT COURT OF BENTON
COUNTY, CR 2006-584, HON. TOM
Appellant Michael L. Venn was convicted by a jury of rape and was sentenced to twenty
years’ imprisonment. The Arkansas Court of Appeals affirmed. Venn v. State, CACR 04-1315 (Ark.
App. November 2, 2005). Subsequently, appellant filed in the trial court a petition for
postconviction relief pursuant to Ark. R. Crim. P. 37.1. The trial court denied the petition, and
appellant’s attorney has lodged an appeal in this court.
Now before us is appellant’s pro se motion to lodge the record on appeal without the circuit
court clerk’s certification. As appellant’s counsel has lodged the certified record, appellant’s pro
se motion is moot.