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Court Case Record CHUKWU AZUBUKO vs. SHERIFF MIDDLESEX COUNTY JAIL 2012-J-0227 UID(436c)


CHUKWU AZUBUKO vs. SHERIFF MIDDLESEX COUNTY JAIL Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-J-0227


 
Case Number2012-J-0227
Case TitleCHUKWU AZUBUKO vs. SHERIFF MIDDLESEX COUNTY JAIL
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountySuffolk
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date06/19/2012
Close Date12/31/2012

Parties

CounselNameType
Chukwu AzubukoPro Se Plaintiff/Petitioner
Sheriff Middlesex County JailDefendant/Respondent
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
06/19/2012 #1 Motion to docket appeal late, filed by Chukwu Azubuko.^
06/19/2012 #2 RE#1: Without passing on the question of indigency, the petition is entered this date without fee, and is denied. The petitioner has not established that there exists a meritorious appellate issue. See Tisei v. Building Inspector of Marlborough, 3 Mass.App.Ct. 377, 379 (1975). (Wolohojian, J.). *Notice/Attest.
06/26/2012 #3 Motion to reconsider paper #1, filed by Chukwu Azubuko.^
06/28/2012 #4 RE#2: The motion for reconsideration is allowed. Upon reconsideration, however, the Order of the Single Justice, dated 6/19/12 (RE#1) is to stand. (Wolohojian, J.). *Notice.
07/11/2012 #5 Motion for three judge court [28 USC Section 2284], filed by Chukwu Azubuko.
07/13/2012 #6 RE#3: The within is treated as a notice of appeal, and the record will be assembled in due course. *Notice.
07/17/2012 #7 Copy of paper #3 to counsel.
07/17/2012 Notice of Assembly of the Record to counsel.
07/17/2012 Memo: Case folder of 12-J-227 filed with the assemble record.
09/11/2012 Letter from Chukwu Azubuko re: Requesting status of assembly.
09/14/2012 RE#5: On July 17, 2012, the Appeals Court issued the notice of assembly of the record to the parties including to the plaintiff at his address of record, which is the same address contained on this letter. *Notice.
12/10/2012 Motion to file late appeal, filed by Chukwu Azubuko.
12/31/2012 ORDER: As single justice, I ALLOW the present motion of petitioner Chukwu Azubuko to docket beyond deadline his appeal (his "motion to file on appeal late") to a panel of the Appeals Court. His appeal is entered this date without payment of further fee. REASONING 1. Denial of his present motion would permit an appeal from that denial to a panel. 2. Massachusetts R.A.P 15(c) prohibits an effective final determination of his proposed appeal, as by dismissal, by the single justice. 3. As a result, the most efficient disposition of his present action is consideration by a panel. 4. In addition, a panel will have authority to consider any prospective remedial order regulating the petitioner's ongoing presentation of litigation to this court. See the recent reference to that subject by the Supreme Judicial Court in Azubuko v. Registry of Motor Vehicles, 463 Mass. 1010, 1010 n.2 (2012). (Sikora, J.). *Notice/Attest/Cratsley, J.