Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. JILL PARKER & another 2012-P-1719

COMMONWEALTH vs. JILL PARKER & another Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-P-1719

Case Number2012-P-1719
Case TitleCOMMONWEALTH vs. JILL PARKER & another
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtEssex Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date02/13/2008
Close Date11/09/2012


Elin H. Graydon, A.D.A.CommonwealthPlaintiff/Appellee
James Goodhines, EsquireJill ParkerDefendant/Appellant
Michael J. Fellows, EsquireRaymond ParkerDefendant/Appellant
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/31/2012 #1 Transcripts received: 3 vols on 2 CD's ^ & 2 vols paper, 2 sets in Clerk's envelope.
10/31/2012 #2 Entered.
10/31/2012 #3 Notice of entry sent.
11/05/2012 #4 MOTION to stay proceedings for completion of assembly of the record, filed by Raymond Parker.
11/05/2012 #5 MOTION to stay appellate proceedings in order to bring new trial motion - DPH Drug Lab, filed by Jill Parker.
11/06/2012 #6 RE#3: See action on #4. *Notice.
11/06/2012 RE#4: Allowed. Appellate proceedings stayed until 1/4/13. The appellant is granted leave file, and the trial court to consider, a motion for new trial regarding the Hinton Drug Lab. Status report due on or before 1/4/13, including an affidavit of counsel detailing the date upon which said motion for new trial was filed in the trial court and any disposition thereof, in addition to efforts to reconstruct the trial transcript. Notice/attest
11/08/2012 Motion to vacate entry onto the docket of the appeals court, filed by Raymond Parker.
11/09/2012 ORDER: It having been made to appear that the notice of the assembly of record and the entry of the appeal in this Court were premature because transcripts of closing arguments, jury instructions, the verdict, and sentencing proceedings were not prepared prior to issuance of the notice of assembly, it is ordered that such notice and entry be, and the same hereby are, vacated; that all papers already transmitted to this Court are to be returned to the clerk of the trial court until the deficiencies in the transcript have been cured; and that the foregoing orders are without prejudice to the reentry of the appeal in this Court following the issuance of a new notice of the assembly of the record. *Notice/Attest.