Appeal from the PCHA of June 27, 1986, in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Criminal Division, at No. 8209302-9446 through 9464, No. 9777 through 9795, 8210018, 8210019, No. 8205243, 8208301-8302-8303.
John H. Corbett, Public Defender, Pittsburgh, for appellant.
Robert L. Eberhardt, Deputy District Attorney, Pittsburgh, for Com., appellee.
Brosky, Del Sole and Hoffman, JJ.
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This is an appeal from an order which denied Appellant's Post-Conviction Hearing Act Petition. Appellant filed the petition following his conviction for numerous counts of Burglary, Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, Attempt and Conspiracy. A Judgment of Sentence totaling 20 1/2 to 205 years was imposed on these charges after the court received Appellant's guilty plea. When Appellant later filed a motion to reconsider sentence, the court granted the motion and reduced Appellant's sentence to a total of 10 1/2 to 102 1/2
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years based upon Appellant's cooperation with the Commonwealth in other cases.
The Petition filed by Appellant alleged that he was entitled to relief for the following reasons:
1. The introduction of a coerced confession into evidence;
2. The introduction into evidence of a statement obtained in the absence of a lawyer at a time when representation is constitutionally required;
3. The infringement of my privilege against self-incrimination under either federal or state law;
4. The denial of my constitutional right to representation by a ...