Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. CARLTON HAYNES 2012-J-0395 UID(e6b5)


Court Case Number: 2012-J-0395

Case Number2012-J-0395
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date10/18/2012
Close Date10/24/2012


John P. Zanini, Assistant District Attorney Amanda Teo, Assistant District AttorneyCommonwealthPlaintiff/Respondent
Kathryn Hayne Barnwell, EsquireCarlton HaynesDefendant/Petitioner
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/19/2012 #1 Motion to waive entry fee, filed by Carlton Haynes, is allowed.
10/18/2012 #2 Motion to file late notice of appeal, filed by Carlton Haynes.^
10/19/2012 #3 Opposition to motion to enlarge time for filing notice of appeal, filed by Commonwealth. ^
10/22/2012 #4 RE#2: Allowed. The notice of appeal is to be filed in the trial court on or before 10/29/12. (Sullivan, J.). *Notice/Attest/Giles, J.
10/22/2012 #5 Notice of appeal, filed by Commonwealth.
10/22/2012 #6 Notice of appearance of Amanda Teo for Commonwealth.
10/22/2012 #7 Request for written findings and rulings, filed by Commonwealth.
10/24/2012 #8 ORDER: The Commonwealth's motion for findings and rulings is denied. The defendant's motion was allowed for all of the reasons stated in his supporting memorandum and counsel's affidavit. As "it appears that the [defendant] has a case meritorious or substantial in the sense of presenting a question of law deserving judicial investigation and discussion," the allowance of the motion was within the discretion of the single justice. See Commonwealth v. Barclay, 424 Mass. 377, 379 (1997). Nothing in the Commonwealth's opposition supports the conclusion that relief under Mass.R.A.P. 14(b) must be denied. (Sullivan, J.) *Notice/Attest/Giles, J.
10/24/2012 #9 Copy of paper #4 to counsel.
10/24/2012 Notice of Assembly of the Record to counsel.
10/24/2012 Memo: Commonwealth's appeal entered as 12-P-1691. Single Justice folder with panel folder.
10/24/2012 Memo: The appeal is entered this date on the panel docket as 12-P-1691. Case file of 12-J-0395 filed with 12-P-1691.
07/09/2014 SJC Order: "This is an appeal from an order of an Appeals Court single justice enlarging the time for the defendant to file a notice of appeal from his convictions. The appeal is before us for further appellate review, after a panel of the Appeals Court reversed the single justice's order. The defendant, having now successfully obtained relief from his convictions in the trial court, has filed an assented-to motion to dismiss the appeal. The appeal is hereby dismissed without costs to either side. A copy of this order, which shall constitute the rescript, shall be provided forthwith to the Appeals Court for entry on its single justice docket (12-J-395) , indicating that the appeal from the single justice's order has been dismissed"