Court Case Record GERALD JONES vs. RAYMOND FREDERICK & others 2013-J-0558 UID(4bc9)

GERALD JONES vs. RAYMOND FREDERICK & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2013-J-0558

Case Number2013-J-0558
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtWorcester Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date12/19/2013
Close Date03/07/2014


Gerald JonesPro Se Plaintiff/Petitioner
Raymond FrederickDefendant/Respondent
Lisa JonesDefendant/Respondent
Trynell WilliamsDefendant/Respondent
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
12/19/2013 #1 Appeal entered pursuant to M.G.L.c. 261, § 27(D) with attachments. ^
01/09/2014 #2 ORDER: The plaintiff appeals from a denial of his motion for waiver, substitution or state payment of fees and costs. General Laws c. 261, § 27(C)(4) states, in relevant part: "the court shall not deny any request without first holding a hearing thereon; and if there is an appeal pursuant to section twenty-seven D following a denial, the court shall, within three days, set forth its written findings and reasons justifying such denial, which document shall be part of the record on appeal." Because the assembled record does not show that a hearing occurred, and written findings do not appear to have been made, the assembly was premature. Accordingly, appellate proceedings are hereby stayed until January 31, 2014 and the matter is remanded to the Worcester Superior Court (WOCV2013-01507) for the plaintiff to be heard and for the motion judge to enter the requisite findings and reasons, after which the Worcester Superior Court shall assemble and transmit a new record, including a copy of the findings and any documents from which the findings are derived, to the Appeals Court under this docket number (Hines, J.). Notice/attest/Gordon, J.
03/07/2014 RE#1: As the Superior Court after hearing found the plaintiff indigent on 1/29/14, this appeal is dismissed as moot. (Wolohojian, J.). *Notice/Attest/Gordon, J.
03/25/2014 Returned Mail: Notice RE#1 sent to Gerald Jones. The address on the envelope was cross-out, and marked "RETURN". Same as his other case 14-J-58.^