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Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. FELIX MEDINA 2010-P-1803 UID(0918)


COMMONWEALTH vs. FELIX MEDINA Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-P-1803


 
Case Number2010-P-1803
Case TitleCOMMONWEALTH vs. FELIX MEDINA
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountySomerville District, MI
CourtSomerville District, MI
Court Address
Phone
Field Date10/14/2008
Close Date04/01/2011

Parties

CounselNameType
James W. Sahakian, A.D.A. Alexandra Adelle Lukic, Special A.D.ACommonwealthPlaintiff/Appellee
Richard S. Jacobs, EsquireFelix MedinaDefendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/14/2010 #1 Entered.
10/14/2010 #2 Notice of entry sent.
10/14/2010 #3 Transcripts received: vols: 1; sets: 3.
10/22/2010 #4 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Defendant/Appellant Felix Medina.
11/22/2010 #5 MOTION to extend brief due date of Commonwealth w/attach.
11/22/2010 #6 RE#3: Allowed to 02/28/2011 granted for filing of brief of Commonwealth, Plaintiff/Appellee. Notice to counsel.
12/09/2010 #7 SERVICE of brief for Plaintiff/Appellee Commonwealth.
12/17/2010 #8 SERVICE of reply brief for Defendant/Appellant Felix Medina.
01/10/2011 #9 Letter from Alexandra A. Lukic, S.A.D.A. re: Newly assigned BBO number.
01/10/2011 Motion to expand the record, filed by Commonwealth.
01/10/2011 MOTION to Dismiss Appeal, filed by Commonwealth.
01/14/2011 RE#7 Referred to the panel designated to decide this appeal. *Notice
01/14/2011 RE#8 Referred to the panel designated to decide this appeal. *Notice
03/30/2011 Under consideration by Panel. (Kantrowitz, J., Trainor, J., Grainger, J.).
04/01/2011 REVISED ACTION#7: Allowed. (Kantrowitz, Trainor & Grainger, JJ). *Notice.
04/01/2011 REVISED ACTION#8: Allowed. (Kantrowitz, Trainor & Grainger, JJ.) *Notice.
04/01/2011 MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - "The appeal is dismissed as moot. See Commonwealth v. Hardiman, 57 Mass. App. Ct. 928, 928 (2003) ("Conviction of a subsequent crime, whether as a result of a guilty plea or following trial, precludes a probationer from relitigating the issue in a revocation proceeding 'based on the logic that, if the wrong was proved beyond a reasonable doubt, the Commonwealth need not be compelled to prove the case again on the lesser standard of proof'"), quoting from Commonwealth v. Holmgren, 421 Mass. 224, 227-228 (1995). So ordered." (Kantrowitz, Trainor & Grainger, JJ.). *Notice/Attest/Image.