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All calendar assignments are subject to change and this web page will include the latest scheduling information. Panel assignments are subject to change. Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in Court not later than 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.
  1. If a case is assigned for full hearing, the time for oral argument is limited to twenty minutes for each side; for the motion calendar, the time is limited to five minutes each side.
    See P.B. § 70-4.
  2. Counsel are urged to provide the Appellate Court with a minimum of 48 hours’ notice in the event an appeal scheduled for full argument is to be withdrawn.
    See also P.B. §§ 63-9, 85-2, and 85-3.
  3. Cases are scheduled for a specific time, not necessarily in the order listed. Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in the Courtroom at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.


All calendar assignments are subject to change and this web page will include the latest scheduling information. Panel assignments are subject to change.

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MONDAY, MAY 9, 2016
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Beach, Sheldon and Gruendel, Js.
 
AC35929 TSR
JOSUE RODRIGUEZ

David V. DeRosa, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Lisa Herskowitz, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC38710 K09
IN RE: DANYELLAH S-C ET AL.

Peter D. Catania
Taylor & Sexton LLC
Benjamin Zivyon, Assistant Attorney General
Daniel M. Salton, Assistant Attorney General
Priscilla F. Hammond
Ellin A. M. Grenger
 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL ARGUMENT. COUNSEL NEED NOT APPEAR.
 
 
AC38285 L18W
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Gregory L. Borrelli, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
v.
FREDERICK ACKER

Steven A. Colarossi
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Lavine, Prescott and Bear, Js.
 
AC38152 S01S
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Denise B. Smoker, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
JOEL FURST

Joel Furst, self-represented party
 
AC38123 FBT
A.C.G. CONTRACTING, LLC

John A. Pinheiro
Thomas J. Daly
v.
O&M ELECTRIC, INC.

William A. Butler
 
AC38665 F04
IN RE: DAVID B.

David B., self-represented party
Robert C. Koetsch II
David E. Schneider, Jr.
Joshua D. Michtom, Assistant Public Defender
Lorri A. Kirk, Assistant Attorney General
Isidro Rueda

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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Lavine, Keller and West, Js.
 
AC38395 KNL
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Stephen M. Carney, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
DAQUAN R. HOLMES

Cameron R. Dorman, Assigned Counsel
 
AC38338 NNI
LISA M.

Lisa M., self-represented party
v.
CHRIS M.

Vincent McManus
 
AC37527 HHB
KIM MILLER

Kim Miller, self-represented party
Bausch, Abdurahman, Thampan, Medd, LLC
Frank Canace
v.
COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENT OF AGRlCULTURE, ET AL.

Gail Shane, Assistant Attorney General
Williams, Walsh & O’Connor, LLC
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Beach, Mullins and Mihalakos, Js.
 
AC37451 TSR
ARNALDO SAEZ

Law Office of Michael D. Day, LLC
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Sarah Hanna, Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37672 HHD
JOHN DOE

Robert Klein
Kenneth J. Krayeske Law Office
v.
TOWN OF WEST HARTFORD ET AL.

Karsten & Tallberg
West Hartford Corporation Counsel
Halloran & Sage, LLP
Danaher Lagnese, PC
 
 
AC37263 A01 / AC37560  MMX
BETH KELLER

Horton Shields & Knox, P.C.
Law Offices of Norman Roberts, LLC
v.
RICHARD KELLER

Richard Keller, self-represented party
Berman, Bourns, Aaron & Dembo
Counsel for Minor Child: Connecticut Legal Services–Stamford

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Alvord, Keller and Pellegrino, Js.
 
AC38487 HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Timothy J. Sugrue, Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
ELIAS V.

Katherine C. Essington
 
AC37224 TSR
MELVIN SHERMAN

Peter G. Billings, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

James M. Ralls, Assistant State’s Attorney
Sarah Hanna, Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37730 NNH
CHRISTA MARCHITTO

Daniel P. Scholfield
Lynch Traub Keefe & Errante PC
Christa Marchitto, self-represented party
v.
EDWARD J. MARCHITTO

Marissa L. Bigelli

 
2:00 P.M.

Lavine, Beach and Bishop, Js.
 
AC37676 D03D
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Laurie N. Feldman, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
v.
DEVONTE WEST

Daniel J. Krisch, Assigned Counsel
 
AC38006 UWY FST
KAREN ZILKHA

Karen Zilkha, self-represented party
v.
DAVID ZILKHA

Lerner & Guarino, LLC
Guardian Ad Litem, D. Susanne Snearly
 
AC38007 UWY FST
KAREN ZILKHA

Karen Zilkha, self-represented party
v.
DAVID ZILKHA

Lerner & Guarino, LLC
Guardian Ad Litem, D. Susanne Snearly

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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Mullins and Jongbloed, Js.
 
AC37891 LLI
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Toni M. Smith-Rosario, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
SCOTT PALMENTA

David B. Bachman, Assigned Counsel
 
AC38495 DBD
FIONA C.

Beverley Rogers
v.
KEVIN L.

Bruce Seeliger
Piper A. Paul
 
AC36849 FBT    MARKED OVER
JOHN DAMATO

Jeanmarie A. Riccio-Ryan
Patrice A. Cohan
v.
DIANNE HART-DAMATO

Dianne Hart-Damato, self-represented party
Joseph S. Hubicki
Guardian Ad Litem, Mager & Mager
Counsel for Guardian Ad Litem: Larracuente & Goulden, LLC
  
 
2:00 P.M.

Lavine, Alvord and Sheldon, Js.
 
AC36971 TSR
KENNETH JAMISON

David J. Reich, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Margaret G. Radionovas, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37410 DBD      WITHDRAWN
JOHN MACKENZIE

John Mackenzie, self-represented party
v.
JENNIFER CASA

Robert P. Hanahan
Law Offices of Stephanie M. Weaver, LLC

 
AC37742 NNH MARKED OVER
LAHCEN LATRACHE

Josephine Smalls Miller
Lahcen Latrache, self-represented party
v.
YALE UNIVERSITY

Donahue, Durham & Noonan, PC

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MONDAY, MAY 16, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Sheldon and Sullivan, Js.
 
AC37427 TSR    ORAL WAIVER
MARC CONEY

Kinga A. Kostaniak, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Michael J. Proto, Assistant State’s Attorney
Nancy L. Walker, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37969 HHD
CODY BARTLETT HEISINGER

Ralph P. Dupont
v.
PROBATE APPEAL

Robinson & Cole LLP
Fogarty Cohen Selby & Nemiroff LLC
 
AC37967 HHD
CODY B. HEISINGER

Ralph P. Dupont
v.
ANN B. DILLON ET AL.

Fogarty Cohen Selby & Nemiroff LLC
Robinson & Cole LLP
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Beach, Prescott and Bishop, Js.
 
AC37114 HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Jonathan M. Sousa, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
FRED C.

Kirstin B. Coffin, Assigned Counsel
 
AC37999 TSR
DARRYL ATKINSON

Robert T. Rimmer, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Harry D. Weller, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC38623  K09
IN RE: ELIJAH G-R

Deborah G., self-represented party
Ryan D. Ziolkowski
Jeffery R. Berry
Daniel M. Salton, Assistant Attorney General
Counsel for the Minor Child: Don M. Hodgdon, Attorney at Law, LLC

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TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Keller, Mullins and Norcott, Js.
 
AC37190 NNH
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Ronald G. Weller, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
ESTRELLA J. C.

Office of the Chief Public Defender
Alice Osedach, Senior Assistant Public Defender
 
AC37856 TSR
VANCE JOHNSON

Arnold V. Amore, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Kathryn W. Bare, Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC38068  UWY
BARRY YOUNG

Barry Young, self-represented party
v.
A STORAGE FOR U, INC.

Law Offices of Meehan Turret & Rosenbaum
 
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Sheldon, Prescott and Bear, Js.
 
AC37393 TSR
CARLOS CASIANO

Robert J. McKay, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Lisa Herskowitz, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37811 NNH
ENRICO VACCARO

Enrico Vaccaro
Emily A. Gianquinto
v.
SHELL BEACH CONDOMINIUM, INC., ET AL.

David G. Hill & Associates, LLC
Halloran & Sage, LLP
Noah Eisenhandler
Bender, Anderson & Barba, P.C.
 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL ARGUMENT.
COUNSEL NEED NOT APPEAR.
 
 
AC37944 TSR
SHELDON HIGGINS

Bansley Anthony LLC
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Marcia A. Pillsbury, Assistant State’s Attorney

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Keller, Mullins and Lavery, Js.
 
AC38571 HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Fairfield Post Conviction Remedy Unit
v.
JULIO TORRES

James B. Streeto, Senior Assistant Public Defender
 
AC37479 FST
NELSON PENA

Piazza, Simmons & Grant, LLC
Nelson Pena, self-represented party
v.
LAURA GLADSTONE

Schoonmaker Legal Group, LLC
Guardian Ad Litem, Amendola & Amendola, LLC
 
AC37750 FST
NELSON PENA

Piazza, Simmons & Grant LLC
Nelson Pena, self-represented party
v.
LAURA GLADSTONE

Schoonmaker Legal Group LLC 
Guardian Ad Litem for Minor Child: Amendola & Amendola, LLC
 

2:00 P.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Alvord and Gruendel, Js.
 
AC37422 TSR
MAURICE BLACKWELL

Arthur L. Ledford, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

James A. Killen, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37878 HHD     MARKED OVER
UKTI PHADNIS

Michael T. Petela
v.
GREAT EXPRESSION DENTAL CENTERS OF CONNECTICUT, P.C.

Updike Kelly & Spellacy
Joseph C. MacLean, pro hac vice
Jeffrey D. Wilson, pro hac vice
Craig A. Redinger, pro hac vice

 
AC37516 NNH
KATERINA PORTO

Chet L. Jackson
v.
PETCO ANIMAL SUPPLY STORES

Kathleen M. Grover

AC 38927     W10
IN RE RAYMOND B.,  JR.

Taylor & Sexton LLC
Matthew C. Eagan
Alyssa S. Pershan
Kelly L. Babbitt
Benjamin Zivyon, Assistant Attorney General
 

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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Prescott and Pellegrino, Js.
 
AC37895 TSR
ROGER JOHNSON

Justine F. Miller, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Fairfield Post Conviction Remedy Unit
 
AC37988 HHD
MANIVANNAN SOLAIRAJ ET AL.

Doris B. D’Ambrosio
v.
MANNARINO BUILDERS INC.

Fiorentino Howard & Petrone, PC
 
AC37645 KNL
JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA

Halloran & Sage LLP
Bendett & McHugh PC
v.
LINDA COUGHLIN ET AL.

Linda Coughlin, self-represented party
Daniel Coughlin, self-represented party
Paulann Sheets
Hunt Leibert Jacobson
Polivy & Taschner
Neubert, Pepe & Monteith
Benjamin Morris
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Sheldon, Mullins and Harper, Js.
 
AC37180 TSR
PEDRO S.

David B. Rozwaski, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Theresa Ferryman, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37972 FBT WITHDRAWN
BRIAN SIDELEAU

Lisa A. Knopf
James H. Lee
v.
YINGZHEN SIDELEAU

Ferrara Law Group P.C.
Meyers Breiner & Kent LLP

 
AC37924 HHD
JAG CAPITAL DRIVE, LLC

Shipman & Goodwin, LLP
v.
EAST LYME ZONING COMMISSION

Waller, Smith & Palmer PC

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MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Sheldon, Prescott and West, Js.
 
AC38322 FBT
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Harry D. Weller, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
JAMES E. CUNNINGHAM, SR.

Glenn W. Falk, Assigned Counsel
 
AC37388 TSR
MERLE S.
Ricciardi and Oneto, LLC
Wor, LLC
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Jacob L. McChesney, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37975 KNL
BARRY GRAHAM

Conway Londregan Sheehan & Monaco, P.C.
v.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, COMMISSIONER OF DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION JAMES P. REDEKER
Cooney Scully & Dowling
  
 
2:00 P.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Keller and Mullins, Js.
 
AC37475 TSR
STEVEN COOK

David B. Rozwaski, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Leon F. Dalbec, Jr., Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37880 HHD      MARKED OVER
JACQUELINE O. JUMA

Jacqueline O. Juma, self-represented party
Musa Petty Sebadduka
v.
TOM M. AOMO

Tom M. Aomo, self-represented party
Michael J. Whelton

 
AC38082 HHB
CHRISTINE L. FERRARO

The Day Law Firm, LLC
Christine Ferraro, self-represented party
v.
DAVID FERRARO, JR.

Cantin Lawyers, P.C.
David Ferraro, self-represented party
Jonathan E. Harding, Assistant Attorney General
Guardian Ad Litem, Oakley & Chizinski, LLC

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TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Alvord, Prescott and Mihalakos, Js.
 
AC36656 T19R
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Nancy L. Walker, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
JUAN CARLOS GONZALEZ

Elizabeth K. Adams, Assigned Counsel
 
AC37694 TSR
ANTHONY WHYTE

Arthur L. Ledford, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Brett R. Aiello, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37817 NNH WIHDRAWN
MICHELLE C. NAPOLI

Law Offices of Kevin J. Hecht, P.C.
v.
KATHLEEN A. BRITTON ET AL.

Law Office of Renzullo & Associate
 
 
2:00 P.M.

Beach, Keller and Harper, Js.
 
AC37385 TSR
TYRONE ROBINSON

David Bachman, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Rocco A. Chiarenza, Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC38640 NNH
JORDAN M.

Jordan M., self-represented party
v.
DARRIC M.

James R. Hardy
Josephine Smalls Miller
Interested Party: Eleanor M.
 
AC38405 UWY
KATHERINE PERRY, GUARDIAN & NEXT FRIEND OF MAGAN PERRY

Devine Law Firm
Cramer & Anderson LLP
v.
SHARON VALERIO ET AL.

Law Offices of Cynthia A. Jaworski

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

DiPentima, C.J., and Lavine and Alvord, Js.
 
AC37738 TSR
STEVEN SEWELL

Michael Culkin, Assigned Counsel
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Jonathan M. Sousa, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
 
AC37343 FBT    SUBMITTED AS AN ORAL WAIVER
MICHELE SIENKIEWICZ ET AL.

Jon E. Jessen
v.
KRISTINE RAGAGLIA ET AL.

Robert J. Deichert, Assistant Attorney General
 
AC38250 HHD
MOUNTAHA AMMOURI

Sabatini & Associates, LLC
v.
THE STOP & SHOP SUPERMARKET COMPANY, LLC, ET AL.

Law Offices of Meehan Turret & Rosenbaum

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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”
 
10:00 A.M.

Lavine, Beach and Alvord, Js.
 
AC37380 HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Melissa E. Patterson, Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
MICHAEL MCCLEAN

Heather Clark, Assigned Counsel
 
AC37430 HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
v.
TAUREN WILLIAMS-BEY

Heather A. Clark, Assigned Counsel
 
 
THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL ARGUMENT.
COUNSEL NEED NOT APPEAR.
 
 
AC37679 TSR
HERMAN APODACA

Keith J. Anthony Bansley Law Offices
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Denise B. Smoker, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
 

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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2016
10:00 A.M.
 
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF JURISDICTION BECAUSE THE ORDER DENYING THE DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO DISMISS IS NOT AN APPEALABLE FINAL JUDGMENT.  SEE SASSO V. ALESHIN, 197 CONN. 87, 90 (1985); HARGER V. ODLUM, 153 CONN. APP. 764, 772 (2014).     
 
(1)      AC38709
OMAR POLLOCK ET AL.

John Williams
Rose Longo-McLean
v.
69-75 DAGGETT STREET, LLC ET AL.

Miguel Almodovar
Jacobs & Rozich
Litchfield Cavo
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED PARTY ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF A FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE THE METHOD OF FORECLOSURE AND THE AMOUNT OF THE DEBT HAD NOT YET BEEN DETERMINED WHEN THE APPEAL WAS FILED.  SEE ESSEX SAVINGS BANK V. FRIMBERGER, 26 CONN. APP. 80, 80-81 (1991); SEE ALSO STATE V. CURCIO, 191 CONN. 27, 31 (1983); BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF CONNECTICUT, INC. V. GURSKI, 49 CONN. APP. 731, 733, CERT. DENIED, 247 CONN. 920 (1998).   
 
(2)      AC38856
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.

Halloran & Sage, LLP
Bendett & McHugh, PC
v.
RICHARD HOLT ET AL.

Richard Holt, self-represented party
David A. Scalzi
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF A FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE THE TRIAL COURT, IN ORDERING THE PLAINTIFF TO PAY THE DEFENDANT PREJUDGMENT INTEREST PURSUANT TO GENERAL STATUTES § 37-3a, DID NOT SPECIFY THE APPLICABLE RATE OF INTEREST.  SEE GIANETTI V. MESZOROS, 268 CONN. 424, 426 (2004).
 
(3)      AC38870
MICHAEL HALPERIN

Traystman & Coric, LLC
v.
RONDA HALPERIN

Pullman & Comley, LLC
 
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED PARTY ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THE APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION, BECAUSE THE APPEAL WAS NOT TIMELY FILED WITH THE APPELLATE CLERK  WITHIN THE FIVE-DAY STATUTORY APPEAL PERIOD PROVIDED FOR IN GENERAL STATUTES § 47A-35.  SEE YOUNG V. YOUNG, 249 CONN. 482 (1999); PRACTICE BOOK § 60-8.
 
(4)      AC38904
THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW YORK

Hunt Leibert Jacobson, PC
v.
STACY LEE LINDSEY ET AL.

Stacy Lee Lindsey, self-represented party
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED PARTIES ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF AGGRIEVEMENT AS THIS APPEAL WAS TAKEN FROM A STIPULATED JUDGMENT AND WAS NOT TAKEN FROM A DECISION ON THE PLAINTIFF’S PENDING MOTION TO OPEN THE STIPULATED JUDGMENT.   SEE WOODSIDE VILLAGE-STRATFORD ASS’N V. HERTZMARK, 36 CONN. APP. 73, 75–76 (1994); SERGEANT V. SERGEANT, 39 CONN. APP. 57, 62 N.9 (1995). 
 
 (5)     AC38494
LOUISE DEMCHUK

Louise Demchuck, self-represented party
Christopher G. Winans
v.
JOHN DEMCHUCK

John Demchuck, self-represented party
VCF Divorce and Mediation LLC
 
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTERS, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED PLAINTIFF ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THESE WRITS OF ERROR SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF JURISDICTION, BECAUSE THE PLAINTIFF AS A PARTY TO THE UNDERLYING ACTION HAD A RIGHT TO APPEAL FROM THE JUDGMENT. SEE SIMMS V. WARDEN, 229 CONN. 178 (1994); PRACTICE BOOK § 72-1.  PURSUANT TO PRACTICE BOOK § 66-4, THE MATTER IS ORDERED TO BE HEARD WITH THE PLAINTIFF APPEARING BY VIDEOCONFERENCE FROM WALKER VIDEO 2 AND COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENDANTS APPEARING AT THE APPELLATE COURT, 75 ELM STREET, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.  ARGUMENT WILL TAKE PLACE ON JUNE, 2, 2016, AT 11:15 A.M.
 
(6)      AC39061
STEVEN K. STANLEY

Steven K. Stanley, self-represented party
v.
CARL E. TAYLOR ET AL.

Karsten & Tallberg, LLC
Madeline A. Melchionne, Assistant Attorney General
Stephen Richard Finucane, Assistant Attorney General
 
 
(7)      AC39062
STEVEN K. STANLEY

Steven K. Stanley, self-represented party
v.
CARL E. TAYLOR ET AL.

Karsten & Tallberg, LLC
Madeline A. Melchionne, Assistant Attorney General
Stephen Richard Finucane, Assistant Attorney General
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED PETITIONER ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS WRIT OF ERROR SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED BECAUSE: (1) THE PETITIONER, AS A PARTY TO THE UNDERLYING ACTION, HAD A RIGHT TO APPEAL FROM THE APRIL 7, 2014 DENIAL OF HIS PETITION FOR CERTIFICATION TO APPEAL THE JUDGMENT DENYING HIS PETITION FOR A WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS; (2) THE PETITIONER FILED A PREVIOUS APPEAL FROM THE APRIL 7, 2014 DENIAL OF HIS PETITION FOR CERTIFICATION TO APPEAL, AND THAT APPEAL WAS DISMISSED BY THIS COURT; AND (3) THE PETITIONER HAS FAILED TO SEEK CERTIFICATION TO APPEAL THE HABEAS COURT’S DECISIONS ISSUED AFTER APRIL 7, 2014.  SEE GENERAL STATUTES § 52-470(B); SANTIAGO V. STATE, 261 CONN. 533 (2002); SIMMS V. WARDEN, 229 CONN. 178 (1994); STANLEY V. COMMISSIONER, 156 CONN. APP. 903 (2015); PRACTICE BOOK § 72-1. PURSUANT TO PRACTICE BOOK § 66-4, THE MATTER IS ORDERED TO BE HEARD WITH THE PETITIONER APPEARING BY VIDEOCONFERENCE FROM WALKER VIDEO 2 AND COUNSEL FOR THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT APPEARING AT THE APPELLATE COURT, 75 ELM STREET, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.  ARGUMENT WILL TAKE PLACE ON JUNE, 2, 2016, AT 11:15 A.M.
 
 
(8)      AC39063
STEVEN K. STANLEY

Steven K. Stanley, self-represented party
v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney–Appellate
Madeline A. Melchionne, Assistant Attorney General
Stephen Richard Finucane, Assistant Attorney General
 
IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED DEFENDANT ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THE PORTION OF THIS APPEAL TAKEN FROM THE DECISION OF THE JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED AS A COMPLAINANT CAN NOT APPEAL FROM AN UNFAVORABLE DECISION BY THE JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL. SEE GENERAL STATUTES § 51-51r ; PRACTICE BOOK §§ 74-1 AND 74-5; AND WHY THE REMAINDER OF THE APPEAL TAKEN FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S DECISIONS IN STATE OF CONNECTICUT V. STEVEN K. STANLEY, DOCKET NO. H12M-CR12-0239071-S, SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED, BECAUSE THE DEFENDANT ALREADY APPEALED FROM THE JUDGMENT OF CONVICTION.  STATE V. STANLEY, 161 CONN. APP. 10 (2015), CERT. DENIED, 320 CONN. 918 (2016).  COUNSEL AND THE SELF-REPRESENTED DEFENDANT ARE FURTHER ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED AND SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED FOR THE DEFENDANT’S FAILURE TO FILE THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY PRACTICE BOOK § 63-4 OR TO PURSUE THE APPEAL WITH DILIGENCE.  SEE PRACTICE BOOK §§ 85-1 AND 85-2.  PURSUANT TO PRACTICE BOOK § 66-4, THE MATTER IS ORDERED TO BE HEARD WITH THE DEFENDANT APPEARING BY VIDEOCONFERENCE FROM WALKER VIDEO 2 AND COUNSEL FOR THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT APPEARING AT THE APPELLATE COURT, 75 ELM STREET, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. ARGUMENT WILL TAKE PLACE ON JUNE, 2, 2016, AT 11:15 A.M.
 
(9)      AC38978
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney–Appellate
v.
STEVEN K. STANLEY

Steven K. Stanley, self-represented party
 
 

Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in Court not later than 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument. -- PAUL S. HARTAN, Chief Clerk

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