The Delaware Supreme Court has remanded the case of a man sentenced to 10 years in prison, finding the mandatory minimum sentence for a person with two prior felony convictions can’t be enforced once one of those offenses is no longer considered a violent crime.

The relatively uncommon instance of the court remanding a criminal case for reconsideration stands out further because Ira Jones appealed his case pro se, filing handwritten briefings from the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna.