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Court Case Record BALTAZAR MORALES vs. COMMONWEALTH 2015-J-0010 UID(ce58)


BALTAZAR MORALES vs. COMMONWEALTH Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2015-J-0010


 
Case Number2015-J-0010
Case TitleBALTAZAR MORALES vs. COMMONWEALTH
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester
CourtWorcester Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date01/12/2015
Close Date01/20/2015

Parties

CounselNameType
David Hirsch, EsquireBaltazar MoralesPlaintiff/Petitioner
Bradley A. Sultan, EsquireCommonwealthDefendant/Respondent
Superintendent Massachusetts Treatment CenterMassachusetts Correctional Institution
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
01/12/2015 #1 Affidavit of Indigency (IMPOUNDED) and Motion to Waive entry fee, filed by Baltazar Morales.
01/12/2015 #2 Motion to docket appeal late, filed by Baltazar Morales. ^
01/12/2015 #3 ORDER TO COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION TO PROVIDE CERTAIN INFORMATION REGARDING INMATE ACCOUNT RELATIVE TO PETITIONER'S MOTION TO WAIVE FILING FEE. The petitioner in the above-captioned action has filed a Motion to Waive entry fee. Pursuant to G. L. c. 261, ยง 29, the correctional facility where the prisoner is currently incarcerated shall file a document showing the current status of the petitioner's canteen account and savings account, if any, and the account activity for the past six (6) months. The statement shall be filed within thirty (30) days of the date of this order. The statement is to be mailed to: APPEALS COURT CLERK'S OFFICE, JOHN ADAMS . COURTHOUSE, ONE PEMBERTON SQUARE, ROOM 1200, BOSTON, MA 02108. Notice Sent.
01/15/2015 Inmate account information for Baltazar Morales, filed by Superintendent Massachusetts Treatment Center (IMPOUNDED)
01/20/2015 RE#1: ALLOWED FORTHWITH. The petitioner's Affidavit of Indigency appears regular and complete on its face, and indicates that the petitioner is indigent. The court hereby allows the Motion to Waive entry fee. Notice Sent.
01/20/2015 RE#2: Allowed. The appellant's appeal from the 11/13/13 judgment in WOCV2010-001125 is hereby entered this date as 15-P-92 without need for further payment of fee. The appellant's brief and appendix are due within 40 days. (Agnes, J.). *Notice/attest/MacLeod-Mancuso, J.