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Court Case Record JOSEPH P. MOORE vs. COMMONWEALTH 2012-P-0065 UID(c5fb)


JOSEPH P. MOORE vs. COMMONWEALTH Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-P-0065


 
Case Number2012-P-0065
Case TitleJOSEPH P. MOORE vs. COMMONWEALTH
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyNorfolk
CourtNorfolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date07/25/2005
Close Date06/06/2012

Parties

CounselNameType
Joseph M. Kenneally, Esquire Sondra H. Schmidt, EsquireJoseph P. MoorePlaintiff/Appellant
Kristen Cole, EsquireCommonwealthDefendant/Appellee
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
01/18/2012 #1 Motion to waive entry fee, filed by Joseph P. Moore, is allowed.
01/18/2012 #2 Entered.
01/18/2012 #3 Notice of entry sent.
02/14/2012 #4 Docketing Statement received from Joseph P. Moore.
02/28/2012 #5 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Joseph P. Moore.
02/29/2012 #6 RE#4: Extension to 05/22/2012 granted for filing of brief of Joseph P. Moore, Plaintiff/Appellant. Notice to counsel.
04/05/2012 ORDER: The Superior Court's docket designated this caseas "not public information." Consequently, upon the entry ofthis appeal in the Appeals Court, the case was designated asfully impounded. See SJC Rule 1:15, § 2(b). Upon review, however, it appears that the case should not be impounded because it is the respondent's appeal from his civil commitment as a sexually dangerous person, per G. L. c. 123A, 14(d), and cases of this nature are not required to be impounded by the statute. Further, the Superior Court's docket contains no order of a judge impounding the case, see Trial Court Rule VIII, Rule 8, and the Superior Court's notice of assembly did not include a copy of any order of impoundment, see S.J.C. Rule 1:15, § 2(a). For these reasons, it appeared that the impounded designation for the appeal should be removed, and the case be placed on the public docket. Each party is granted until fifteen days from the entry date of this order to serve and file a letter in response to this order that states any objection to the removal of the impounded designation, and the legal grounds for such objection. In addition, the letters should identify what, if any, information is contained in the parties' briefs and record appendix that must be redacted or impounded. See G. L. c. 265, § 24C; Mass.R.A.P. 16 (d), as amended, 425 Mass 1601 (1997), 16(m), 425 Mass. 1601 (1997) and 18 (g), 425 Mass. 1602 (1997). *Notice/Attest.
06/04/2012 Notice preceding dismissal: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
06/06/2012 MOTION to Dismiss, filed by Joseph P. Moore.
06/06/2012 RE#6: After review of appellant's and counsel's affidavits, Appeal dismissed with prejudice and without an award of costs or fees to any party, pursuant to M.R.A.P. 29(b). *Notice/Attest.