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Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. MARK A. RIZZITANO 2002-P-1619


COMMONWEALTH vs. MARK A. RIZZITANO Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2002-P-1619


 
Case Number2002-P-1619
Case TitleCOMMONWEALTH vs. MARK A. RIZZITANO
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyConcord District, MI
CourtConcord District, MI
Court Address
Phone
Field Date11/23/2001
Close Date04/08/2003

Parties

CounselNameType
James W. Sahakian, A.D.A.CommonwealthPlaintiff/Appellee
Theodore F. Riordan, EsquireMark A. RizzitanoDefendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
12/05/2002 #1 Transcripts received: vols: 1; sets: 2 in Clerk's envelope.
12/05/2002 #2 Entered.
01/14/2003 #3 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Mark A. Rizzitano.
01/15/2003 #4 RE#2: Extension to 02/13/2003 granted for filing of brief of Mark A. Rizzitano, Defendant/Appellant. *Notice to counsel.
02/14/2003 #5 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Defendant/Appellant Mark A. Rizzitano.
02/21/2003 #6 MOTION to extend brief due date of Commonwealth.
02/21/2003 #7 RE#4: Allowed to 05/30/2003 for filing of brief of Commonwealth, Plaintiff/Appellee. Notice to counsel.
03/27/2003 MOTION to stay, filed by Mark A. Rizzitano.
04/04/2003 Letter from Lillian Cheng, A.D.A. re: Commonwealth assents to paper #5; and no longer planning to file a motion to reconsider Justice Robert J. McKenna's allowance of defendant's motion for a new trial.
04/07/2003 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Mark A. Rizzitano.
04/08/2003 RE#5 See action this date on paper no. 7. *Notice.
04/08/2003 Re#7 The trial judge is granted leave, nunc pro tunc to February 28, 2003, to allow a new trial. See Commonwalth v. Montgomery, 53 Mass. App. Ct. 350 (2002). As a new trial has been allowed and the Commonwealth will not appeal that action, the defendant's motion to dismiss is allowed with prejudice and without costs to any party. *Notice/Attest/McKenna, J./Image.