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MATTER of Gricel R. (Anonymous), ap, v. Felix R. (Anonymous) res — Appeal by Gricel R. from an order of the Family Court, Kings County, dated July 21, 2016. Pursuant to Family Court Act §§1118 and 1120, and upon the certification of Kenneth Diamond, Esq., dated December 14, 2017, it isORDERED that pursuant to Family Court Act §1120, the following named attorney is assigned as the attorney for the child on the appeal:Todd D. Kadish, Esq.1820 Avenue M., Suite 2264Brooklyn, NY 11230917-968-1811and it is further,ORDERED that Kenneth Diamond, Esq., is directed to turn over all papers in the proceeding to the new attorney for the child herein assigned.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Vaia Bekas, ap, v. Stamatiki Valiotis, res — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated February 27, 2017 , to waive compliance with the requirements of 22 NYCRR 670.10.2(f) regarding certification of the appellant’s appendix. Separate motion by the respondent, in effect, to dismiss the appeal on the ground that the appellant’s appendix is inadequate or, in the alternative, to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief.Upon the papers filed in support of the appellant’s motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, and upon the papers filed in support of the respondent’s motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the branch of the motion which is, in effect, to dismiss the appeal is denied on condition that on or before January 29, 2018, the appellant serve and file a supplemental appellant’s appendix which contains all of the papers filed in connection with the motion that was determined by the order dated February 27, 2017, and which are not contained in the appellant’s appendix previously filed; and it is further,ORDERED that the branch of the motion which is to enlarge the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 28, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s motion is denied with leave to renew by a motion made simultaneously with the filing of the supplemental appendix.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Emporium Management Corp., ap, v. City of New York res — Motion by the respondents City of New York, Department of Finance of the City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development of the City of New York, and New York City School Construction Authority, and separate motion by the respondent Neighborhood Restore Housing Development Fund Corporation to enlarge the time to serve and file their respective briefs on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated January 10, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motions and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motions are granted, the respondents’ time to serve and file their respective briefs is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the respondents’ briefs shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Elmaz Qyra, deceased. Naxhije Qyra, etc., petitioner-res, Iryna Krysa, objectant-ap — (File No. 1041/10) — Motion by the petitioner-respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from a decree of the Surrogate’s Court, Kings County, dated July 11, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the petitioner-respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the petitioner-respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Stacey Finkelstein, ap, v. Town of Oyster Bay Zoning Board of Appeals respondents def — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, dated October 25, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.US Bank National Association, res, v. Baruch Mendelovitz, etc., appellant def — Motion by the respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Kings County, both dated March 11, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.Robert Williams, ap, v. City University of New York, res — (Claim No. 88546) — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Court of Claims, dated October 4, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Chambers, J.P.; Sgroi, Hinds-Radix and Iannacci, JJ.Steven Oteri, res, v. Lawrence N. Berwitz, etc. ap, et al., def — Motion by the respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated August 22, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.CHAMBERS, J.P., SGROI, HINDS-RADIX and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Chambers, J.P.; Sgroi, Hinds-Radix and Iannacci, JJ.MATTER of Ruby T. (Anonymous). Alana Carrion, petitioner-appellant; Ruth Torres res-res — Motion by the petitioner-appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated July 16, 2013.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the petitioner-appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until March 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the petitioner-appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.CHAMBERS, J.P., SGROI, HINDS-RADIX and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.U.S. Bank National Association, etc., ap, v. Robert W. Marrero, respondent def — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Rockland County, dated November 7, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until March 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.Xiaoen Xie, respondent plf, v. New York Fast General Contracting Corp., def, Park Place Estate, LLC, ap — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered January 19, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.Rolaika McFarlane, res, v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority ap — Motion by the appellants to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered December 20, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellants’ time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellants’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Luis Alcantara, ap, v. Catrina Alcantara, res — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered March 3, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.Jizelle Correa, etc., res, v. Geddis Abel-Bey, etc. ap — Motion by the appellants to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered December 2, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellants’ time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 1, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellants’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be grantedHALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Nelly Jimenez-Cruz, ap, v. City of New York res — Motion by the respondents to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Kings County, both dated January 13, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until January 29, 2018, and the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be grantedDILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.East Hampton Union Free School District, res, v. Sandpebble Builders, Inc., ap — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, entered December 14, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Tina M. Vizzini, etc., plf-res, v. Gina Vizzini-Oswald, etc., ap, Charles Joseph Vizzini, etc., def-res — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated January 12, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Gladys Espeleta, res, v. Synergy Resources, Inc., ap — Motion by the respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered February 15, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 9, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, etc., res, v. Donna M. Starr, etc., appellant def — Motion by the respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered November 9, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., etc., res, v. Claudette Matthews ap, et al., def — Motion by the respondent to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered February 16, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Jian Li Handal, res, v. James Handal, ap — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated November 22, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until March 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of State of New York, res, v. Marcello A. (Anonymous), ap — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated January 23, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 6, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.James Reichman, ap, v. City of New York res — Motion by the respondents to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated January 12, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.MATTER of Anton Spacek, deceased. Diana Carney, petitioner-res, Justine F. Burnett respondents- ap — (File No. 35007) — Motion by the respondents-appellants to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Surrogate’s Court, Nassau County, dated September 8, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondents-appellants’ time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the respondents-appellants’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Howard L. Wieder, ap, v. Ninosca Paulino, etc. res — Motion by the appellant to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered December 1, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.U.S. Bank, N.A., plf, v. 199-02 Linden Blvd Realty, LLC respondents defendant; VNB New York Corp., nonparty- ap — Motion by the respondents to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated July 22, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Feng Xie, etc. ap, v. New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, et al., respondents def — Motion by the respondents Wenjing Zhou and Dr. Zhou Pediatrics to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered November 18, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the time for Wenjing Zhou and Dr. Zhou Pediatrics to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, and the brief of Wenjing Zhou and Dr. Zhou Pediatrics shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Lottice N. Williams, ap — Motion by the appellant to extend the time to serve and file a replacement brief on appeals from two judgments of the County Court, Dutchess County, both rendered December 16, 2015.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, the appellant’s time to serve and file the replacement brief is enlarged until January 16, 2018, and the appellant’s replacement brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that on the Court’s own motion, the respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 15, 2018, and the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Chambers, J.P.; Sgroi, Hinds-Radix and Iannacci, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Samuel Walton, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se to enlarge the time to serve and file a supplemental brief on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered April 23, 2014.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted, and the appellant’s supplemental brief shall be served and filed on or before March 5, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant shall file nine copies of the supplemental brief and serve one copy on the District Attorney.CHAMBERS, J.P., SGROI, HINDS-RADIX and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2007-4, etc., res, v. Michael Brandt, et al., ap — Motion by the appellants, inter alia, to stay the trial in the above-entitled action pending hearing and determination of an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered September 26, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Blue Ledges R.E., Inc., res, v. Patricia Anton ap — 2017-10173Blue Ledges R.E., Inc., respondent,v Patricia Anton appellants.(Index No. 12087/2009)‌Motion by the appellants, inter alia, to stay the sale of the subject premises, pending hearing and determination of appeals from a decision of the Supreme Court, Orange County, dated July 12, 2017, and an order of the same court dated August 7, 2017, and to consolidate the appeals.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that on the Court’s own motion, the appeal from the decision is dismissed, without costs or disbursements, on the ground that no appeal lies from a decision (see Schicchi v. J.A. Green Constr. Co., 100 AD2d 509); and it is further,ORDERED that the branch of the motion which is to consolidate the appeals is denied as academic; and it is further,ORDERED that the motion is otherwise denied.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Violet Suk, res-ap, v. George Comfort and Sons, Inc. appellants-res, Excel Security Corp. res — Motion by the appellants-respondents to stay the trial in the above-entitled action pending hearing and determination of an appeal and a cross appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated May 2, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Christen Dale, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered June 1, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. John Martonak, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 10, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. William Lamboy, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 11, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Mastro, A.P.J.; Rivera, Dillon, Balkin and Leventhal, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. William Roca, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 11, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.MASTRO, A.P.J., RIVERA, DILLON, BALKIN and LEVENTHAL, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Casanova Holmes, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 3, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Stephen Brumaire, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 21, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Raul Mojica, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 21, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Abdus Shahid, ap, v. Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc., et al., res — Motion by the appellant to stay the trial in the above-entitled action pending hearing and determination of an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated May 19, 2017. Separate motion by the appellant pro se to waive compliance with the requirements of 22 NYCRR 670.10.2(f) regarding certification of the appellant’s appendix. Application by the respondent to strike the appellant’s appendix.Upon the papers filed in support of the motions and the papers filed in opposition thereto, and upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to stay the trial is denied; and it is further,ORDERED that the motion to waive compliance with the requirements of 22 NYCRR 670.10.2(f) regarding certification of the appellant’s appendix is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the application is dismissed without prejudice to making a motion for the relief sought.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Gary Brown, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 15, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Paul Goldfeder, res, v. Empress Ambulance Service, Inc., etc. ap — Motion by the appellants to stay the trial in the above-entitled action pending hearing and determination of an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated June 29, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Saige F. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Niyah W. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 2) — Motion by the respondent-appellant to stay enforcement of two orders of the Family Court, Queens County, both dated November 2, 2017, pending hearing and determination of appeals therefrom.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition and in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Clayton Gravenhise, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered April 25, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Saige F. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Niyah W. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 2) — Appeals by Christina F. from two orders of the Family Court, Queens County, both dated November 2, 2017. Pursuant to Family Court Act §§1118 and 1120, and upon the certification of Vasilios Stotis, Esq., dated December 8, 2017, it isORDERED that the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeals:Center for Family Representation, Inc.89-14 Parsons Boulevard, Second FloorJamaica, NY 11432(646) 761-9591and it is further,ORDERED that the appeals will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the briefs of the parties. The parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other (22 NYCRR 670.9[d][1][ii]; Family Ct Act §1116); and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer(s) and/or the transcription service(s) is/are required promptly to make and certify two transcripts of the proceedings, if any, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (22 NYCRR 671.9); in the case of stenographers, both transcripts shall be filed with the clerk of the Family Court, and the clerk of the Family Court shall furnish one of such certified transcripts to the respondent-appellant’s assigned counsel, without charge; in the case of transcription services, one transcript shall be filed with the clerk of the Family Court and one transcript shall be delivered to the assigned counsel. Assigned counsel is directed to provide copies of said transcripts to all of the other parties to the appeals, including the attorney for the child, if any, when counsel serves the respondent-appellant’s brief upon those parties; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel shall serve a copy of this order upon the clerk of the court from which the appeals is taken; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeals in the above-entitled proceedings shall be perfected either within 60 days after the receipt by the assigned counsel of the transcripts of the minutes of the proceedings in the Family Court, and the assigned counsel shall notify this Court by letter of the date the transcripts are received, or, if there are no minutes of proceedings to be transcribed, within 60 days of the date of this  ; and it is further,ORDERED that within 30 days after the date of this order, the assigned counsel shall file in the office of the Clerk of this Court one of the following:(1) an affidavit or affirmation stating that there are no minutes of any Family Court proceeding to be transcribed for the appeals; or(2) if there are such minutes, an affidavit or affirmation that the transcripts have been received, and indicating the date received; or(3) if the transcripts have not been received, an affidavit or affirmation stating that this order has been served upon the clerk of the court from which the appeals are taken, the date thereof, and the date by which the transcripts are expected; or(4) an affidavit or an affirmation withdrawing the appeals; and it is further,ORDERED that if none of the above actions described in (1), (2), (3), or (4) above, has been taken within 30 days of the date of this  , the Clerk of this Court shall issue an order to all parties to the appeals to show cause why the appeals should or should not be dismissed.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Saige F. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Niyah W. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Christina F. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant; Terrence W. (Anonymous), nonparty-res — (Proceeding No. 2) — Appeals by Christina F. from two orders of the Family Court, Queens County, both dated November 2, 2017. Pursuant to Family Court Act §§1118 and 1120, and upon the certification of Suzanne Blond, Esq., dated December 15, 2017, it isORDERED that the respondent is granted leave to proceed as a poor person on the appeals, and the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to respond to the appeals:Kreuza Ganolli, Esq.26 Court Street, Suite 1801Brooklyn, NY 11242917-335-9530and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel shall promptly attempt to contact the respondent at the address provided by the Court, and shall notify the Case Manager assigned to the appeals on or before January 16, 2018, in writing, that she has done so and that either(1) the respondent is interested in responding to the appeals, or(2) the respondent is not interested in responding to the appeals, or that she has been unable to contact the respondent, and wishes to be relieved of the assignment.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Justin Campbell, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 26, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Juan Maldonado, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered October 18, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Francisco Eugenio, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 8, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Dean A. Bailey, res-ap, v. N. C. Vitrano, Jr. appellants- res, Israel R. Herrera respondents def — Motion by the appellants-respondents to stay the trial in the above-entitled action pending hearing and determination of an appeal and cross appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated June 24, 2016, and an appeal from an order of the same court dated August 9, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted and the trial in the above-entitled action is stayed pending hearing and determination of the appeals and cross appeal.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Laurencio Peralta, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 13, , 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Edwin Caizaguano, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 30, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Michael Walker, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered August 30, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Anthony Hunt, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 7, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Dionel Turner, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 7, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Elijah Hunt, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 28, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Lennard Lewis, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered September 29, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Andy Borgella, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered July 10, 2017, as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the appellant’s and the respondent’s briefs; the parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other; and it is further,ORDERED that the stenographer of the trial court is directed promptly to make, certify, and file two transcripts of the proceedings of any pretrial hearings, of the plea of guilty or of the trial, and of the imposition of sentence in this action, except for those minutes previously transcribed and certified (see 22 NYCRR 671.9); and it is further,ORDERED that in the event that the case was tried to a conclusion before a jury, the stenographer shall also make, certify, and file two transcripts of the minutes of proceedings during jury selection; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of the trial court shall furnish one certified transcript of each of the proceedings set forth above to the appellant’s counsel, without charge (see CPL 460.70); assigned counsel is directed to turn over those transcripts to the respondent when counsel serves the appellant’s brief on the respondent; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the stenographer has already prepared a copy of any of the minutes for a codefendant, then the Clerk of the trial court is directed to reproduce a copy thereof for assigned counsel; and it is further,ORDERED that upon service of a copy of this decision and order on motion upon it, the Department of Probation is hereby authorized and directed to provide assigned counsel with a copy of the presentence report prepared in connection with the appellant’s sentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the appellant which are incorporated in or referred to in the report, and to provide additional copies to this Court upon demand; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence is raised on appeal, or if assigned counsel cites or relies upon the probation report in a brief or motion in any other way, counsel shall provide a complete copy of such report and any attachments to the Court and the District Attorney’s office prior to the filing of such brief or motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to County Law §722 the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeal:Paul Skip Laisure, Esq.Appellate Advocates111 John Street – 9th FloorNew York, New York 10038and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeal expeditiously in accordance with this Court’s rules (see 22 NYCRR 670.1, et seq.) and written directions; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the file has been sealed, it is hereby unsealed for the limited purpose of allowing assigned counsel or his or her representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeal; such access shall include permission to copy the papers insofar as they pertain to the appellant; and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this decision and order on motion upon the clerk of the court from which the appeal is taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Maron J. Vaccarella, ap, v. Marcia Vaccarella, res — Appeal by Maron J. Vaccarella from an order of the Family Court, Suffolk County, dated July 11, 2017. By order to show cause dated October 18, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceedings for failure to comply with a   dated August 22, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is denied; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), within 30 days after the date of this decision and order on motion, the appellant shall file in the office of the Clerk of this Court one of the following:(1) an affidavit or affirmation stating that there are no minutes of the Family Court proceedings to be transcribed for the appeal; or(2) if there are such minutes, an affidavit or affirmation stating that the transcript has been received, and indicating the date that it was received; or(3) if the transcript has not been received, an affidavit or affirmation stating that it has been ordered and paid for, the date thereof, and the date by which the transcript is expected; or(4) an affidavit or an affirmation withdrawing the appeal; and it is further,ORDERED that if the appellant fails to file the affidavit or affirmation within 30 days after the date of this decision and order on motion, as set forth above, the Court will dismiss the appeal, without further notice.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Frantz Mervil, ap, v. Ruth Exhume, res — Motion by the appellant        pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from an order of the Family Court, Nassau County, dated August 22, 2017, as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition and in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the branch of the motion which is for leave to prosecute the appeal on the original papers is denied as unnecessary (see Family Ct Act §1116), and the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the briefs of the appellant, the respondent, and the attorney for the children, if any. The parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other (22 NYCRR 670.9[d][1][ii]; Family Ct Act §1116); and it is further,ORDERED that the branches of the motion which are to waive the filing fee, for free transcripts, and for the assignment of counsel are denied; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding shall be perfected within 60 days after the receipt by the appellant of the transcripts of the minutes of the proceedings in the Family Court, and the appellant shall notify this Court by letter of the date the transcripts are received, or, if there are no minutes of proceedings to be transcribed, within 60 days of the date of this decision and order on motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), within 30 days of the date of this decision and order on motion, the appellant shall file in the office of the Clerk of this Court one of the following:(1) an affidavit or affirmation stating that there are no minutes of the Family Court proceeding to be transcribed for the appeal; or(2) if there are such minutes, an affidavit or affirmation stating that the transcript has been received, and indicating the date that it was received; or(3) if the transcript has not been received, an affidavit or affirmation stating that it has been ordered and paid for, the date thereof, and the date by which the transcript is expected; or(4) an affidavit or an affirmation withdrawing the appeal; and it is further,ORDERED that if none of the actions described in (1), (2), (3), or (4), above has been taken within 30 days of the date of this decision and order on motion, the Clerk of this Court shall issue an order to all parties to the appeal to show cause why the appeal should or should not be dismissed.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Daniel Cafferata, ap, v. Gerilyn Cafferata, res — Appeals by Daniel Cafferata from an order of the Supreme Court, Richmond County, dated April 13, 2017, and a judgment of the same court dated July 26, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 17, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeals in the above-entitled action for failure to comply with a   dated September 27, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeals is granted, and the appeals are dismissed, without costs or disbursements, for failure to comply with the   dated September 27, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Deirdre M. Heitmann, ap, v. Gregory K. Heitmann, res — Appeal by Deirdre M. Heitmann from an order of the Family Court, Dutchess County, dated May 15, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 8, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding as academic as the order expired by its terms on October 19, 2017.Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is granted, and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Alexandra M. Stebelsky, ap, v. Randy B. Schleger, res — F-12936-04/14AS) — Motion by the appellant        pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from an order of the Family Court, Queens County, dated July 20, 2017, as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the branch of the motion which is for leave to prosecute the appeal on the original papers is denied as unnecessary (see Family Ct Act §1116), and the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including a certified transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the briefs of the appellant, the respondent, and the attorney for the children, if any. The parties are directed to file nine copies of their respective briefs and to serve one copy on each other (22 NYCRR 670.9[d][1][ii]; Family Ct Act §1116); and it is further,ORDERED that the branches of the motion which are to waive the filing fee, for free transcripts, and for the assignment of counsel are denied; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), the appeal in the above-entitled proceedings shall be perfected within 60 days after the receipt by the appellant of the transcripts of the minutes of the proceedings in the Family Court, and the appellant shall notify this Court by letter of the date the transcripts are received, or, if there are no minutes of proceedings to be transcribed, within 60 days of the date of this decision and order on motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), within 30 days of the date of this decision and order on motion, the appellant shall file in the office of the Clerk of this Court one of the following:(1) an affidavit or affirmation stating that there are no minutes of the Family Court proceeding to be transcribed for the appeal; or(2) if there are such minutes, an affidavit or affirmation stating that the transcript has been received, and indicating the date that it was received; or(3) if the transcript has not been received, an affidavit or affirmation stating that it has been ordered and paid for, the date thereof, and the date by which the transcript is expected; or(4) an affidavit or an affirmation withdrawing the appeal; and it is further,ORDERED that if none of the actions described in (1), (2), (3), or (4), above has been taken within 30 days of the date of this decision and order on motion, the Clerk of this Court shall issue an order to all parties to the appeal to show cause why the appeal should or should not be dismissed.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Sonal Pathak, res, v. Janak Shukla, ap — Motion by the attorney for the children to be relieved on an appeal from an undated order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, and for the appointment of a new attorney for the children. By order to show cause dated November 9, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled action on the ground that no appeal lies from an order entered upon the default of the appealing party.Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, and upon the papers filed in support of the motion by the attorney for the children and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is granted, and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see CPLR 5511); and it is further,ORDERED that the motion of the attorney for the children is denied as academic.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Rudy Cuthrell, ap, v. Veronica Cuthrell, res — Appeal by Rudy Cuthrell from an order of the Family Court, Richmond County, dated August 14, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 17, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding for failure to comply with a   dated September 26, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]). Application by the appellant to withdraw the appeal.Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, and the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is denied; and it is furtherORDERED that the application is granted and the appeal is deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Laura J. Levay, res, v. James E. Wolfe, ap — Appeal by James E. Wolfe from an order of the Family Court, Suffolk County, dated August 10, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 17, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding for failure to comply with a   dated September 29, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).Now, upon the order to show cause and no papers having been filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is granted, and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements, for failure to comply with the   dated September 29, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of David C. Branch, ap, v. Shirley Fenelon, res — Appeal by David C. Branch from an order of the Family Court, Kings County, dated August 10, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 17, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding for failure to comply with a   dated September 27, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).Now, upon the order to show cause and no papers having been filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is granted, and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements, for failure to comply with the   dated September 27, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.MATTER of Darren Palmitesta, ap, v. Elizabeth Palmitesta, res — Appeal by Darren Palmitesta from an order of the Family Court, Nassau County, dated July 31, 2017. By order to show cause dated November 17, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal in the above-entitled proceeding for failure to comply with a   dated September 15, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).Now, upon the order to show cause and no papers having been filed in response thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeal is granted, and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements, for failure to comply with the   dated September 15, 2017, issued pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]).HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Cohen and Connolly, JJ.Chase Home Finance, LLC, ap, v. John Albero and Anthony Albero, etc., et al., respondents def — Motion by the appellant, inter alia, to enlarge the time to perfect appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered September 27, 2010, and February 10, 2015, respectively. The respondent Francesco Albero died on October 29, 2009. By order to show cause dated October 13, 2017, the parties were directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeals on the grounds that the notices of appeals were filed in violation of the statutory stay of proceedings which arose upon the death of Francesco Albero, and vacating the orders entered September 27, 2010, and February 10, 2015, as nullities, the administrators of the deceased respondent’s estate were substituted for the deceased respondent, and the branch of the motion which was to enlarge the time to perfect the appeals was held in abeyance in the interim.Now, upon the order to show cause and the papers filed in response thereto, and upon the papers filed in support of the appellant’s motion and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion to dismiss the appeals and to vacate the orders entered September 27, 2010, and February 10, 2015, as nullities is granted, the appeals are dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see CPLR 1015[a]; JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. v. Rosemberg, 90 AD3d 713), and the orders entered September 27, 2010, and February 10, 2015, are vacated (see CPLR 1015; Matter of Einstoss, 26 NY2d 181); and it is further,ORDERED that the branch of the appellant’s motion which is to enlarge the time to perfect the appeals is denied as academic.HALL, J.P., SGROI, COHEN and CONNOLLY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.MATTER of Raquel D. (Anonymous). Westchester County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Elizeth P. (Anonymous), res-res — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Jonathan L. P. (Anonymous). Westchester County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Elizeth P. (Anonymous), res-res — (Proceeding No. 2)MATTER of Leonardo L. P. (Anonymous). Westchester County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Elizeth P. (Anonymous), res-res — (Proceeding No. 3) — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from an order of the Family Court, Westchester County, dated August 2, 2017, as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew on or before January 31, 2018, upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income and expenses and stating the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel in the Family Court; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), the appeal in the above-entitled proceedings shall be perfected within 60 days after the receipt by the appellant of the transcripts of the minutes of the proceedings in the Family Court, and the appellant shall notify this Court by letter of the date the transcripts are received, or, if there are no minutes of proceedings to be transcribed, within 60 days of the date of this decision and order on motion; and it is further,ORDERED that pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this Court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]), on or before January 31, 2018, the appellant shall file in the office of the Clerk of this Court one of the following:(1) an affidavit or affirmation stating that there are no minutes of the Family Court proceeding to be transcribed for the appeal; or(2) if there are such minutes, an affidavit or affirmation stating that the transcript has been received, and indicating the date that it was received; or(3) if the transcript has not been received, an affidavit or affirmation stating that it has been ordered and paid for, the date thereof, and the date by which the transcript is expected; or(4) if the appellant is indigent and cannot afford to obtain the minutes or perfect the appeal, a motion in this Court for leave to prosecute the appeal as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel, as set forth above; or(5) an affidavit or an affirmation withdrawing the appeal; and it is further,ORDERED that if none of the actions described in (1), (2), (3), (4), or (5), above, has been taken on or before on or before January 31, 2018, the Clerk of this Court shall issue an order to all parties to the appeal to show cause why the appeal should or should not be dismissed.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.Malkie Wiederman, ap, v. Isaac Halpert res — Application by the respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 30-day enlargement of time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated April 3, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until January 9, 2018, the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Fern Gervasi res, v. Jackie Zorcik, ap — Application by the respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until February 5, 2018, to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated September 5, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until January 19, 2018, the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Frank Moore, Jr., deceased. Eileen Kyne, petitioner-appellant; Michele Moore, objectant-appellant; Frank Moore III, res-res — (File No. 754/90) — On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the decision and order on motion of this Court dated December 13, 2017, in the above-entitled matter, on appeals from two orders of the Surrogate’s Court, Suffolk County, dated January 31, 2017, and February 24, 2017, respectively, is amended by deleting from the caption thereof the party designation “objectant-respondent” and substituting therefor the party designation “objectant-appellant.”SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.Jonathan Landow, ap, v. Tracy Landow, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 30-day enlargement of time to serve and file a reply brief on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered August 25, 2015.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the appellant’s time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until January 16, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.By Dillon, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Barros, JJ.AMK Capital Corp., res, v. 192 Development Corp. ap — On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the decision and order on motion of this Court dated December 5, 2017, in the above-entitled case is recalled and vacated, and the following decision and order on motion is substituted therefor:Motion by the appellants to enlarge the time to perfect appeals from an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated December 13, 2016, and a judgment of the same court entered April 18, 2017, and to enlarge the record to include certain judgments and/or for this Court to take judicial notice of the judgments.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the branch of the motion which is to enlarge the time to perfect the appeals is granted, the appellants’ time to perfect the appeals is enlarged until January 4, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeals and the appellants’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted; and it is further,ORDERED that the motion is otherwise denied.DILLON, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and BARROS, JJ., concur.ORDER ON APPLICATION JP Morgan Chase Bank, res, v. Kenneth Lee, ap — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until January 31, 2018, to serve and file a reply brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, dated March 10, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the appellant’s time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until January 16, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.PEOPLE, ap, v. Richard Johnson, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until January 30, 2018, to serve and file a reply brief on appeals from an order and an amended order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated March 21, 2017, and May 9, 2017, respectively.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the appellant’s time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until January 19, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Nordia A. Hewitt, ap, v. Carmelita Gordon-Fleetwood, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to enlarge the time to serve and file a reply brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated July 28, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted, the appellant’s time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until January 5, 2018, and the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.

 
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