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TRAVIS B. DURANT v. STATE OF MARYLAND

On May 3, 2011, Travis B. Durant, appellant, entered a guilty plea in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City to possession with intent to distribute cocaine and was subsequently sentenced to seven years of imprisonment, less 173-days for pre-trial detention credit, all suspended in favor of three years of probation. On September 13, 2013, appellant entered a guilty plea to a violation of probation, was sentenced to six years of imprisonment, and he was given 30-days credit for time served. Appellant filed a Motion to Correct an Illegal Sentence, arguing that he was entitled to additional credit against his violation of probation sentence for time he spent in custody on other charges that were ultimately nol prossed. The court denied the motion following a hearing. Appellant appeals, presenting the same argument as he did below.

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