Court Case Record RICHARD F. FLEURANT vs. KATHLEEN DENNEHY 2011-P-1828


Court Case Number: 2011-P-1828

Case Number2011-P-1828
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtMiddlesex Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date11/21/2006
Close Date05/07/2013


Richard F. FleurantPro Se Plaintiff/Appellant
David Slade, Esquire Charles Anderson, Jr., Special A.A.G.Kathleen DennehyDefendant/Appellee
Nancy WhiteOther interested party
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
06/05/2012 #1 Transcripts received: volumes: 1; sets: 2 in Clerk's envelope.
10/24/2011 #2 Motion to waive entry fee, filed by Richard F. Fleurant, is allowed to the extent the motion requests entry of the appeal without fee. The motion to file non-conforming brief is denied without prejudice to renewal accompanied by the briefs. *Notice.
10/24/2011 #3 Entered.
10/24/2011 #4 Notice of entry sent.
12/02/2011 #5 Motion to file non-conforming brief, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
12/02/2011 #6 Motion to to submit affidavits in lieu of typewritten transcripts, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
12/13/2011 #7 RE#3: Allowed. The brief and appendix are accepted for filing this date. *Notice.
12/13/2011 #8 RE#4: Denied. A review of the trial court's docket shows that the appellant filed a motion to compel assembly of the record, which was allowed on 9/21/11, and the record was assembled prior to the transcripts having been prepared. In lieu of vacating the appeal as having entered prematurely for the reason that the record is incomplete, the court elects to stay appellate proceedings to 1/31/11, to allow for the transcripts to be completed. Appellate proceedings STAYED to 01/31/2012. Status report due 01/31/2012, concerning the transcripts. Upon completion of the transcripts, the appellant shall file two copies and serve one on counsel. *Notice.
12/13/2011 #9 SERVICE of brief & appendix-2 vol., 7 sets for Plaintiff/Appellant Richard F. Fleurant.^
01/19/2012 #10 Letter from Richard F. Fleurant re: requesting that after the typed transcripts are completed, the cassette/CD of Video Recording [R.A.41] be preserved, to receive notifications by hard copy and by U.S. Mail, and advising this letter pursuant to Rule 16(l).
01/25/2012 #11 RE#6: The within is treated as the appellant's status report. As it appears that the transcripts have yet to be completed, the matter is further stayed to 2/24/12. A status report shall be filed on or before that time concerning same. The appellant is not required to register for electronic notification of court orders, etc., and will continue to receive notices from the court by mail. *Notice.
01/30/2012 #12 Status Report, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
01/30/2012 #13 RE#7: Appellate proceedings STAYED to 02/29/2012. Status report due 02/29/2012. *Notice.
02/27/2012 #14 Status Report, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
03/01/2012 #15 RE#8: Appellate proceedings stayed to 04/02/2012. Appellant is to file the appropriate motion in the trial court regarding a current address for the court reporter. Status report to be filed on or before 04/02/2012. *Notice.
04/02/2012 #16 Status Report, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
04/03/2012 #17 RE#9: Appellate proceedings STAYED to 05/02/2012. Status report regarding the appellants efforts to obtain the transcript is due 05/02/2012. *Notice.
05/07/2012 #18 Status Report, filed by Richard F. Fleurant.
05/22/2012 #19 RE#10: Having inquired with the Office of Transcription Service as to the status of the preparation of the transcript of the video conference, which took place on 4/24/07, it has been determined that the transcript has now been completed, a copy of which will be sent to the appellant. Appellate proceedings are further stayed to 6/8/12, on or before which date a status report shall be filed by the appellant regarding receipt of the transcript. *Notice.
05/24/2012 #20 Revised docket entries (certified; two copies) received from Middlesex Superior Court.
06/05/2012 #21 Letter from Richard F. Fleurant re: 5th status report, w/1 vol. 2 sets of transcripts.
06/05/2012 #22 RE#12: Stay is vacated. Appellees' brief due 7/5/12. Notice to counsel.