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COMMONWEALTH v. PACKER (05/10/68)

THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


May 10, 1968

COMMONWEALTH
v.
PACKER, APPELLANT.

Indictments charging defendants with armed robbery.

COUNSEL

John J. Packer, appellant, in propria persona; Stephen Serota and Michael J. Rotko, Assistant District Attorneys, Richard A. Sprague, First Assistant District Attorney, and Arlen Specter, District Attorney, for Commonwealth, appellee. 728

Before Griffith, P.j., specially presiding.

Per Curiam: Appellant has filed a timely pro se appeal. Under Douglas v. California, 372 U.S. 353 (1963), and Commonwealth v. Sliva, 415 Pa. 537, 204 A.2d 455 (1964), an indigent is entitled to the assistance of counsel on appeal. We are unable to determine whether appellant is indigent or whether his pro se appeal represents an intelligent and knowing waiver of the assistance of appellate counsel.

The record is remanded to the court below with instructions to determine whether appellant is indigent or has waived the assistance of appellate counsel. If the court below finds that appellant is indigent and has not waived his right to counsel, it shall appoint appellate counsel. If the court finds that appellant is not indigent or has waived counsel, it shall then permit appellant to prosecute his pro se appeal.

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