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Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. JOHN NAZZARO 2014-P-0820 UID(6310)


COMMONWEALTH vs. JOHN NAZZARO Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2014-P-0820


 
Case Number2014-P-0820
Case TitleCOMMONWEALTH vs. JOHN NAZZARO
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWoburn District, MI
CourtWoburn District, MI
Court Address
Phone
Field Date08/05/2011
Close Date03/04/2016

Parties

CounselNameType
James W. Sahakian, A.D.A. Elizabeth Jane May, A.D.A.CommonwealthPlaintiff/Appellee
John NazzaroPro Se Defendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
05/23/2014 #1 Transcripts received: 9 Vols 7 on CD ^ 2 on paper 8/1/11, 8/24/11, 11/7/11, 11/25/11, 1/30/12, 4/6/12, 11/6/12, 11/7/12, 11/7/12 in Clerk's envelope.
06/08/2015 #2 Transcripts received: volumes: 5; sets: 2 filed with brief of John Nazzaro. (See paper #14). [Duplicates]
05/23/2014 #3 Entered.
05/23/2014 #4 Notice of entry sent.
06/03/2014 #5 Docketing Statement received from John Nazzaro^
06/03/2014 #6 Memo: Statement of alleged victim and mental health evaluation of the defendant documents are impounded
07/11/2014 #7 Notice to John Nazzaro that brief is non-conforming for the reasons indicated on the checklist: 6, 8, 10, 17, 18, 23, 26. The party has until 07/25/2014 to file, and re-serve upon all parties, a conforming brief and appendix or a motion to accept nonconforming brief and appendix.
07/22/2014 #8 Letter from John Nazzaro re: reply to notice of non-conforming brief.
07/29/2014 #9 RE#5: As the defendant does not request any relief in his letter, no action is taken. A corrected brief or motion to file a non-conforming brief, with certificate of service on the Commonwealth is overdue. Failure to promptly file the brief or motion may result in dismissal of the appeal.*Notice/attest.
08/11/2014 #10 Notice preceding dismissal: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
08/11/2014 #11 Notice to John Nazzaro that brief is non-conforming for the reasons indicated on the checklist: 1 (blue), 4, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 (missing), 22, 24. The party has until 08/25/2014 to file, and re-serve upon all parties, a conforming brief and appendix or a motion to accept nonconforming brief and appendix.
08/14/2014 #12 Certificate of service, filed by John Nazzaro
08/20/2014 #13 RE#7: The defendant submitted a certificate of service, on which he claims to have served copies of conforming briefs and appendices on the Commonwealth. The Court has received no such briefs or appendices and they remain due on or before 8/25/14. Notice.
09/05/2014 #14 ORDER: DISMISSAL under Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
09/10/2014 #15 Notice from the Appeals Court to John Nazzaro re: This notice is to inform you that your nonconforming brief and/or appendix received by this Court on 07/11/2014 & 8/11/14, but which was not accepted for filing, will be discarded within 10 days from today unless you retrieve it prior to that date.
09/15/2014 #16 Letter from John R. Nazzaro re: request to accept the non-conforming brief and record appendices.
09/19/2014 #17 RE#9: This case was dismissed pursuant to the Standing Order on 09/05/2014. Accordingly, you must file and serve a motion to reinstate the appeal pursuant to that standing order to vacate the dismissal upon a showing of a meritorious case. Appellant indicates that his stay of execution of sentence expires on 09/17/2014, and he will be incarcerated at the Middlesex House of Correction. If necessary, appellant is to file and serve a notice of change of address. *Notice.
10/21/2014 Notice of dismissal to Trial Court and parties: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
11/12/2014 Notice from the Appeals Court to John Nazzaro re: This notice is to inform you that your nonconforming brief and/or appendix received by this Court on 07/11/2014, but which was not accepted for filing, will be discarded within 10 days from today unless you retrieve it prior to that date.
03/19/2015 Letter from John Nazzaro re: briefs and appendix
04/06/2015 RE#12: To reinstate his appeal, the defendant must file a motion to reinstate the appeal. The motion must demonstrate excusable neglect and a meritorious issue on appeal. (Maldonado, J.). *Notice.
05/08/2015 Motion to reinstate the appeal, filed by John Nazzaro