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Court Case Record COMMONWEALTH vs. RAYMOND COOKE 2014-P-0719 UID(8335)


COMMONWEALTH vs. RAYMOND COOKE Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2014-P-0719


 
Case Number2014-P-0719
Case TitleCOMMONWEALTH vs. RAYMOND COOKE
Case TypeCriminal
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyMiddlesex
CourtMiddlesex Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date04/03/2003
Close Date07/30/2015

Parties

CounselNameType
James W. Sahakian, A.D.A. Kevin J. Curtin, A.D.A.CommonwealthPlaintiff/Appellee
Raymond CookePro Se Defendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
05/06/2014 #1 Transcripts received: NONE
05/06/2014 #2 Entered.
05/06/2014 #3 Notice of entry sent.
05/12/2014 #4 Letter from Raymond Cooke re: Notice of assembly of record.
05/14/2014 #5 RE#3: No further action necessary as appeal was entered on 5/6/14 as 14-P-719. *Notice.
05/22/2014 #6 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Raymond Cooke.
05/22/2014 #7 Motion to file non-conforming brief, filed by Raymond Cooke.
05/22/2014 #8 Motion to reduce the number of copies to be filed, filed by Raymond Cooke.
05/27/2014 #9 RE#4: Allowed to 09/16/2014. Notice sent.
05/27/2014 #10 RE#5: Denied without prejudice to refiling at the time appellant's brief is filed. *Notice.
05/27/2014 #11 RE#6: Allowed. Appellant given leave to file four copies of his brief and appendix and to serve one copy on the Commonwealth. *Notice.
09/05/2014 #12 Motion to file non-conforming brief, filed by Raymond Cooke.
09/16/2014 RE#7: Allowed. (Maldonado, J.). *Notice.
09/16/2014 SERVICE of 5-brief & appendix for Defendant/Appellant Raymond Cooke.
09/30/2014 MOTION to extend brief due date of Commonwealth.
10/02/2014 RE#9: Allowed to 01/22/2015. Notice sent.
01/23/2015 MOTION to accept brief for filing filed by Commonwealth.
01/26/2015 RE#10: Allowed. Notice sent.
01/26/2015 SERVICE of brief & supplemental appendix (1 vol, 7 sets) for Plaintiff/Appellee Commonwealth.
05/15/2015 Under consideration by Panel. (Cypher, J., Meade, J., Massing, J.).
07/02/2015 Decision: Rule 1:28 Order denying defendant's sixth motion to withdraw guilty pleas and for a new trial is affirmed (Cypher, Meade & Massing, JJ.). *Notice.
07/02/2015 Copy of paper #12 sent to Raymond Cooke