(Criminal Appeal from (Common Pleas Court) Trial Court Case No. 06-CR-1661/1.
MATHIAS H. HECK, JR., by CARLEY J. INGRAM, Atty. Reg. #0020084, Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office, Appellate Division, Montgomery County Courts Building, Attorney for Plaintiff-Appellee.
TRACY S. BROADNAX, JR. #535-458, London Correctional Institution, Defendant-Appellant, pro se.
(¶ 1} Tracy Broadnax appeals pro se from the trial court's denial of his motion to correct an allegedly void judgment and for resentencing.
(¶ 2} The record reflects that Broadnax was convicted in October 2006 after a no-contest plea to five counts of aggravated robbery and a firearm specification. He received an aggregate thirteen-year prison sentence. On December 31, 2012, Broadnax filed the motion at issue. He argued that his October 2006 termination entry was void because it was not signed. The trial court overruled the motion, finding that the termination entry on file with the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts bears the signature of Judge John W. Kessler.
(¶ 3} On appeal, Broadnax disputes the trial court's finding that the termination entry on file with the clerk's office bears the judge's signature. This argument lacks merit. Having reviewed the record, we note that page two of the original termination entry on file with the clerk's office bears Judge Kessler's handwritten signature. "As long as the trial judge signs the original judgment entry that is filed in the official record of the case, Crim. R. 32(C) is not violated." State v. Wiley, 2d Dist. Montgomery No. 25370, 2013-Ohio-2925, ¶12. Accordingly, the assignment of error is overruled.
(¶ 4} The judgment of the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court is ...