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Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, etc., res, v. Libera M. Machacek, appellant def — Motion by the respondent to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated June 1, 2017, on the ground that no appeal lies from an order entered upon the default of the appealing party.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 and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see CPLR 5511).RIVERA, J.P., AUSTIN, CONNOLLY and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Wells Fargo Bank, etc., res, v. Mohammad Kabir, appellant def — Motion by the respondent to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered December 21, 2016, on the ground that it has been rendered academic.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 appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Balkin, J.P.; Leventhal, Austin and Hinds-Radix, JJ.Glen Midbo ap, , v. Helbock, Nappa & Gallucci, LLP, et al., res — Motion by the respondents Helbock, Nappa & Gallucci, LLP, Robert J. Helbock, Jr., Joseph A. Nappa, and Mario F. Gallucci, and separate motion by the respondents Matthew J. Santamauro, P.C., and Matthew J. Santamauro, to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered December 21, 2016, on the ground that no appeal lies as of right from an order that is not the result of a motion made on notice, and leave to appeal has not been granted.Upon the papers filed in support of the motions and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motions are granted and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see CPLR 5701).BALKIN, J.P., LEVENTHAL, AUSTIN and HINDS-RADIX, JJ., concur.By Rivera, J.P.; Austin, Connolly and Iannacci, JJ.U.S. Bank National Association, etc., res, v. Derek Neuner, appellant def — Motion by the respondent to dismiss appeals from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated January 7, 2016, and an order of the same court dated May 2, 2016, for failure to timely perfect.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 to the extent that the appeal from the judgment is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see 22 NYCRR 670.8[e]), and the motion is otherwise denied as academic as the appeal from the order was dismissed by decision and order on motion of this Court dated July 5, 2017.RIVERA, J.P., AUSTIN, CONNOLLY and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Rivera, J.P.; Austin, Connolly and Iannacci, JJ.MATTER of Darren Gunter, ap, v. Thomas Griffin, etc. res — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated September 14, 2017, as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel.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 branch of the motion which is for leave to prosecute the appeal on the original papers is granted, and the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including the transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the briefs of the parties, who 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 branches of the motion which are to waive payment of the filing fee, for free transcripts, and for the assignment of counsel are denied.RIVERA, J.P., AUSTIN, CONNOLLY and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Christian Benson, ap — Appeal by Christian Benson from an order of the County Court, Orange County, dated October 30, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the appellant is directed to show cause before this Court why the appeal should not be dismissed on the ground that the order dated October 20, 2016, is not appealable as of right (see CPL 450.10; 450.15), and leave to appeal has not been granted, by filing an affirmation or an affidavit on that issue in the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before February 23, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court or her designee is directed to serve a copy of this order to show cause upon the appellant at the appellant’s last known place of residence or, if the appellant is institutionalized, at the institution in which the appellant is confined, upon the attorney who last appeared for the appellant, and upon the District Attorney, by ordinary mail pursuant to CPL 470.60(2).SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Michael OConnor, ap — Appeal by Michael O’Connor from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated October 10, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the appellant is directed to show cause before this Court why the appeal should not be dismissed on the ground that the order dated October 10, 2017, is not appealable as of right (see CPL 450.10; 450.15), and leave to appeal has not been granted, by filing an affirmation or an affidavit on that issue in the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before February 23, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court or her designee is directed to serve a copy of this order to show cause upon the appellant at the appellant’s last known place of residence or, if the appellant is institutionalized, at the institution in which the appellant is confined, upon the attorney who last appeared for the appellant, and upon the District Attorney, by ordinary mail pursuant to CPL 470.60(2).SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Peter G. (Anonymous), ap — Commissioner of Social Services of the City of New York, petitioner-res, Anthony J. Lamberti, etc., res-res — Appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated October 12, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the parties are directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal purportedly taken on behalf of Peter G. from the order dated October 12, 2017, on the ground that Irina Galanova was not authorized to file a notice of appeal on his behalf (see Whitehead v. Town House Equities, 8 AD3d 369), by filing an affidavit or affirmation on that issue with the Clerk of this Court and serving one copy of the same on each other on or before February 14, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court, or her designee, shall serve a copy of this order to show cause on the parties to the appeal by regular mail.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Peter G. (Anonymous), ap — Commissioner of Social Services of the City of New York, petitioner-res, Anthony J. Lamberti, etc., res-res — Appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated October 12, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the parties are directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal purportedly taken on behalf of Peter G. from the order dated October 12, 2017, on the ground that Irina Galanova was not authorized to file a notice of appeal on his behalf (see Whitehead v. Town House Equities, 8 AD3d 369), by filing an affidavit or affirmation on that issue with the Clerk of this Court and serving one copy of the same on each other on or before February 14, 2018, and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court, or her designee, shall serve a copy of this order to show cause on the parties to the appeal by regular mail.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Peter G. (Anonymous), ap — Commissioner of Social Services of the City of New York, petitioner-res, Anthony J. Lamberti, etc., res-res — Appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated October 12, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the parties are directed to show cause before this Court why an order should or should not be made and entered dismissing the appeal purportedly taken on behalf of Peter G. from the order dated October 12, 2017, on the ground that Irina Galanova was not authorized to file a notice of appeal on his behalf (see Whitehead v. Town House Equities, 8 AD3d 369), by filing an affidavit or affirmation on that issue with the Clerk of this Court and serving one copy of the same on each other on or before February 14, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court, or her designee, shall serve a copy of this order to show cause on the parties to the appeal by regular mail.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.Gilberto Dos Anjos, res, v. Tiffany Palagonia, def, Automatic Group, Inc. ap — Application by the respondent pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, dated April 19, 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 respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged, and the respondent’s brief submitted to the Clerk of the Court is accepted for filing and deemed timely served.By Mastro, J.P.; Leventhal, Austin and Roman, JJ.Anna Rosa C. Diana, a/k/a Anna Rosa C. DeLisa, plf-res, v. Gaetano DeLisa, a/k/a Thomas DeLisa, ap, John DeLisa, defendant- res, Gerald Goldstein, nonparty- res — Motion by the appellant for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals from a decision and order of this Court dated June 14, 2017, which determined an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered April 28, 2015.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.MASTRO, J.P., LEVENTHAL, AUSTIN and ROMAN, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Sgroi, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.Gerard Owners Corporation, res, v. Jose D. Rico, appellant def — Motion by the appellant, inter alia, to reinstate an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, entered October 14, 2015, which was dismissed by a decision and order on motion of this Court dated June 19, 2017, for failure to timely perfect.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, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Leventhal, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Lasalle and Brathwaite Nelson, JJ.Jerry L. Johnson, ap, v. State of New York, res — (Claim No. 122611) — Motion by the appellant, inter alia, to recall and vacate so much of a decision and order on motion of this Court dated June 9, 2017, as dismissed an appeal from an order of the Court of Claims dated April 24, 2014, for failure to timely perfect.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 denied.LEVENTHAL, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, LASALLE and BRATHWAITE NELSON, JJ., concur.By Dillon, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Jacques Dorcinvil, ap, v. Anthony J. Annucci, etc., res — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated August 30, 2017, as a poor person and for the assignment of counsel.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 branch of the motion which is for leave to prosecute the appeal on the original papers is granted, and the appeal will be heard on the original papers (including the transcript of the proceedings, if any) and on the briefs of the parties, who 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 branches of the motion which are to waive payment of the filing fee, for free transcripts, and for the assignment of counsel are denied.DILLON, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.US Bank Bank, National Association, ap, v. Masashi Michael Kinui res, et al., def — Motion by the respondents to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, entered September 27, 2016, as untimely taken. Application by the appellant to withdraw the appeal.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the application, and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted and the appeal is deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements; and it is further,ORDERED that the motion is denied as academic.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Balkin, J.P.; Leventhal, Hinds-Radix and Maltese, JJ.Ninoska Munoz plf, Josue Saravia, ap, v. Susan M. Cristadoro, res — Motion by the respondent to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered May 2, 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 and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see 22 NYCRR 670.8[e]).BALKIN, J.P., LEVENTHAL, HINDS-RADIX and MALTESE, JJ., concur.By Balkin, J.P.; Leventhal, Hinds-Radix and Maltese, JJ.BSD270, LLC, ap, v. HSBC Bank, etc., res — Motion by the respondent to dismiss an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated October 19, 2016, for failure to timely perfect.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 and the appeal is dismissed, without costs or disbursements (see 22 NYCRR 670.8[e]).BALKIN, J.P., LEVENTHAL, HINDS-RADIX and MALTESE, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Anthony Wayne Smith, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se to relieve counsel assigned to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Suffolk County, rendered September 8, 2015, and for the assignment of new counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied; and it is further,ORDERED that on the Court’s own motion, the appellant is granted leave to serve and file a pro se supplemental brief; and it is further,ORDERED that the District Attorney shall file the transcripts of the proceedings, if any, and the Clerk of this Court shall deliver those transcripts to the person in charge of the institution wherein the appellant is incarcerated for examination by the appellant; the transcripts shall be returned to this Court when the appellant files the supplemental brief or informs this Court that no supplemental brief will be filed; and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant shall file nine copies of the supplemental brief and serve one copy on the District Attorney.Upon delivering the transcripts to the institution, the Clerk of this Court shall advise the appellant of the date by which the transcripts are to be returned and the supplemental brief filed.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Rivera, J.P.; Roman, Maltese and Lasalle, JJ.MATTER of Ava Mazzella, ap, v. Bedford Central School District, res — Motion by the appellant for leave to reargue an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated July 21, 2015, which was determined by decision and order of this Court dated October 11, 2017, or, in the alternative, for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals from the decision and order of this Court.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with $100 costs.RIVERA, J.P., ROMAN, MALTESE and LASALLE, JJ., concur.Debra Cennamo, res, v. Amar Ranawat, etc. def, Lenox Hill Hospital, ap — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated March 16, 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 appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 7, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Daniel Hayter, ap, v. Emma Hayter, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated April 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 to the extent that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 7, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.CIT Bank, N.A., res, v. Everette Weaver, appellant def — Application by the respondent pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until March 1, 2018, to serve and file a brief on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated January 12, 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 respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 23, 2018, the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.MATTER of Christopher Edwards, res, v. Danielle Edwards, ap — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Christopher L. Edwards, etc., res, v. Danielle E. Edwards, ap — (Proceeding No. 2) V-2189-08/16G, V-2190-08/16G, O-82-17) — Appeal by Danielle Edwards, also named herein as Danielle E. Edwards, from an order of the Family Court, Orange County, dated February 15, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the time for the appellant to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until January 31, 2018.MATTER of Pison B. (Anonymous). Westchester County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Raleigh B. (Anonymous), res-res — Appeal by Raleigh B. from an order of the Family Court, Westchester County, dated March 28, 2017. The appellant’s brief was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court on January 16, 2018. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that within 30 days of the date of this  , the briefs for the respondent and the attorney for the child in the above-entitled appeal shall be served and filed.Ahmad Kazan ap, v. Coca Cola Bottling Company of New York, et al., respondents def — Application by the appellants pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 30-day enlargement of time to serve and file a reply brief on appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated September 30, 2015, and March 31, 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 appellants’ time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until February 9, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.By Leventhal, J.P.; Hinds-Radix, Lasalle and Brathwaite Nelson, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Charles Knee, ap — Motion by Charles Knee pursuant to CPL 460.30 for an extension of time to take an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, rendered November 22, 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 it is further,ORDERED that the moving papers are deemed to constitute a timely notice of appeal.LEVENTHAL, J.P., HINDS-RADIX, LASALLE and BRATHWAITE NELSON, JJ., concur.MATTER of Aliyah T. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Jaivon T. (Anonymous), res-res — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Adrianna H. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Jaivon T. (Anonymous), res-res — (Proceeding No. 2) — Appeal by Jaivon T. from an order of the Family Court, Richmond County, dated March 29, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal by causing the original papers constituting the record on the appeal to be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.9[d][2]) and by serving and filing the appellant’s brief on the appeal is enlarged until March 5, 2018.MATTER of Jennifer Lallas Stillwell, res, v. Elizabeth Bolin, ap — V-20776-08/16E, V-20776-08/16F) — Appeal by Elizabeth Bolin from an order of the Family Court, Suffolk County, dated June 7, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the time for the attorney for the child to serve and file a brief on the appeal is enlarged until February 27, 2018.Mitchell Fein, ap, v. Julie Fein, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to enlarge the time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated March 22, 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 perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 15, 2018, and the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Harmonee B. (Anonymous). Administration for Childrens Services, petitioner-res, Roy B. (Anonymous), res-res — Appeal by Roy B. from an order of the Family Court, Kings County, dated February 2, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the time for the attorney for the child to serve and file a brief on the appeal is enlarged until February 20, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.MATTER of Adam Gonzalez, ap, v. Rachel Santiago, res — Appeals by Adam Gonzalez from two orders of the Family Court, Orange County, both dated October 27, 2016. The appellant’s brief was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court on January 16, 2018. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that within 30 days of the date of this  , the briefs for the respondent and the attorney for the child in the above-entitled appeal shall be served and filed.By Scheinkman, P.J.MATTER of Kadi W. (Anonymous), ap, v. Administration for Childrens Services res — Appeals by Kadi W. from two orders of the Family Court, Kings County, both dated October 11, 2017. Pursuant to Family Court Act §§1118 and 1120, and upon the certification of Franicine Silverstein, Esq., dated January 17, 2018, it isORDERED that the appellant is granted leave to proceed as a poor person on the appeals, and the following named attorney is assigned as counsel to prosecute the appeals:Lewis S. Calderon, Esq.155-03 Jamaica AvenueJamaica NY 11432718-883-1560and it is further,ORDERED that assigned counsel shall promptly attempt to contact the appellant at the address provided by this court, and on or before February 6, 2018, shall notify the Case Manager assigned to the appeals, in writing, that he has done so and that either(1) the appellant is interested in prosecuting the appeals, or(2) the appellant is not interested in prosecuting the appeals, or that he has been unable to contact the appellant, and wishes to be relieved of the assignment; and 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 appellant, the respondent, and the attorney for the child, 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 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 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 appellant’s 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 appellant’s brief upon those parties; and it is further,ORDERED that the assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeals expeditiously in accordance with any   or orders issued pursuant to §670.4(a) of the rules of this court (22 NYCRR 670.4[a]); and it is further,ORDERED that upon a determination that the appellant is interested in proceeding with the appeals, the assigned counsel is directed to serve a copy of this order upon the clerk of the court from which the appeals are taken.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Maximus G. (Anonymous), ap — Appeal by Maximus G. from an order of the Family Court, Kings County, dated April 6, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal by causing the original papers constituting the record on the appeal to be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.9[d][2]) and by serving and filing the appellant’s brief on the appeal is enlarged until February 20, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.MATTER of Zhuo Hong Zheng, res, v. Hsin Cheng, ap — Appeals by Hsin Cheng from two orders of the Family Court, Kings County, dated April 3, 2017, and July 12, 2017, respectively. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeals by causing the original papers constituting the record on the appeals to be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.9[d][2]) and by serving and filing the appellant’s brief on the appeals is enlarged until February 22, 2018.Yu Mei Liu, ap, v. Weihong Liu, def, Yuki Tanaka res — Application by the respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated February 14, 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 February 13, 2018, the respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Northside Tower Realty, LLC, plaintiff- res, v. Admiral Insurance Company, ap, Harleysville Worcester Insurance Company, def-res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 21-day enlargement of time to serve and file a reply brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated January 6, 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 appellant’s time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until February 5, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Board of Managers of Olive Park Condominium, etc., plf, v. Maspeth Properties, LLC appellants def, TSG Engineering, P.C., respondent (and a third-party action). — Application by the appellants pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated March 27, 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 appellants’ time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 16, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellants’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.443 Jefferson Holdings, LLC, ap, v. Thelma Sosa, res — Application by the respondent pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated June 12, 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 respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged, and the respondent’s brief submitted to the Clerk of the Court is accepted for filing and deemed timely served.John P. Pedranghelu, etc., ap, v. Edward H. Oruci respondents def — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until February 16, 2018, to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, dated March 31, 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 appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.MATTER of Marash Gjelaj, res, v. Anisa Gjelaj, ap — Appeal by Anisa Gjelaj from an order of the Family Court, Westchester County, dated October 31, 2016. The appellant’s brief was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court on January 17, 2018. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that within 30 days of the date of this order, the briefs for the respondent and the attorney for the child in the above-entitled appeal shall be served and filed.Joseph Olmann, etc., ap, v. Willoughby Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, LLC, et al., res — Application by the respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated May 11, 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 respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 26, 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 Victoria B. (Anonymous). Westchester County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Jonathan M. (Anonymous), respondent-appellant res — N-2733-15, N-2735-15) — Appeal by Jonathan M. from an order of the Family Court, Westchester County, dated March 9, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the time for the respondent and the attorney for the child to serve and file their respective briefs on the appeal is enlarged until February 21, 2018; and it is further,ORDERED that no further enlargement of time shall be granted.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.Judith Bandler, ap, v. Brian Bandler, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until March 30, 2018, to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated May 17, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the application and the papers filed in opposition or thereto, it isORDERED that the application is granted to the extent that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until March 2, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.HSBC Mortgage Corporation (USA), res, v. Kazi A. Hossain, etc. def, JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., ap — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to perfect an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated March 8, 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 perfect the appeal is enlarged until February 22, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Jennifer Gurewitz plf-res, v. City of New York defendants third-party plaintiffs-res-ap, Haks Group, Inc., defendant-appellant- res, Nasdi, LLC, third-party defendant-appellant-res — Application by the plaintiffs-respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 60-day enlargement of time to serve and file a brief on appeals and cross appeals from an order of the Supreme Court, Richmond County, dated September 7, 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 plaintiffs-respondents’ time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until March 2, 2018, the plaintiffs-respondents’ brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.MATTER of Amber L. M. (Anonymous). Suffolk County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Cheryl M. (Anonymous), et al., respondents-ap — (Proceeding No. 1)MATTER of Devon M. N. (Anonymous). Suffolk County Department of Social Services, petitioner-res, Cheryl M. (Anonymous), et al., respondents-ap — (Proceeding No. 2) B-1147-17) — Separate appeals by Cheryl M. and Richard N. from an order of the Family Court, Suffolk County, dated June 6, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the appellant Richard N.’s time to perfect his appeal by causing the original papers constituting the record on the appeal to be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.9[d][2]) and by serving and filing his appellant’s brief is enlarged until March 9, 2018.Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, etc., res, v. Roopnaraine Sankar, et al., appellants def — Application by the appellants pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for a 30-day enlargement of time to serve and file a reply brief on an appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Queens County, both entered January 18, 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 appellants’ time to serve and file a reply brief is enlarged until February 13, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.Sheryl Dembowski, res, v. Bentley Morris ap — Application by the respondent 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, Nassau County, dated May 19, 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 respondent’s time to serve and file a brief is enlarged until February 13, 2018, the respondent’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Dillon, Hinds-Radix and Christopher, JJ.John Lundy, res-ap, v. Lance Austein appellants- res, Servpro of Bullitt & North Nelson Counties, res — Motion by the appellants-respondents to stay all proceedings in the above-entitled action, including the trial, pending hearing and determination of an appeal and a cross appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Richmond County, dated November 30, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is granted to the extent that the trial in the above-entitled action is stayed pending hearing and determination of the appeal and cross appeal on condition that the appeal is perfected on or before February 22, 2018, and the motion is otherwise denied; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event the appeal is not perfected on or before February 22, 2018, the Court, on its own motion, may vacate the stay, without further notice, or the respondent-appellant may move to vacate the stay, on three days notice.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., DILLON, HINDS-RADIX and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Dillon, Hinds-Radix and Christopher, JJ.Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, res, v. Arnold Harrison def, Jeanine Harrison, ap — Motion by the appellant, inter alia, to stay enforcement of an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated September 8, 2017, pending hearing and determination of an appeal therefrom.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., DILLON, HINDS-RADIX and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.Bank United, FSB, res, v. Larisa Verbitsky, appellant def — 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 an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated September 23, 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 February 13, 2018, the reply brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.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. The appellant’s brief was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court on September 14, 2017. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that within 30 days of the date of this order, the brief of the attorney for the child in the above-entitled appeal shall be served and filed.By Leventhal, J.P.; Cohen, Maltese and Barros, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Kareem Potomont, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered October 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.LEVENTHAL, J.P., COHEN, MALTESE and BARROS, JJ., concur.  MATTER of Robert v. Sofia, ap, v. Kellie M. Hendry, res — Appeal by Robert V. Sofia from an order of the Family Court, Queens County, dated August 19, 2016. Pursuant to §670.4(a)(2) of the rules of this Court (see 22 NYCRR 670.4[a][2]), it isORDERED that the time for the respondent to serve and file a brief on the appeal is enlarged until February 5, 2018.By Balkin, J.P.; Austin, Roman and Sgroi, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Markens Antoine, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered February 16, 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 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.BALKIN, J.P., AUSTIN, ROMAN and SGROI, JJ., concur.By Balkin, J.P.; Austin, Roman and Sgroi, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Robert Ogletree, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, rendered October 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:Michael Ciaffa, Esq.333 Earle Ovington Blvd., Suite 1010Uniondale, NY 11553and 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.BALKIN, J.P., AUSTIN, ROMAN and SGROI, JJ., concur.Joseph B. Maher, ap, v. Charles White res — Separate applications by the respondents pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to enlarge the time to serve and file a brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated November 9, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the applications and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the applications are granted, the respondents’ time to serve and file their respective briefs is enlarged until February 16, 2018, the respondents’ briefs shall be served and filed on or before that date.By Leventhal, J.P.; Chambers, Miller and Duffy, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Kristopher R. Lee, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Dutchess County, rendered September 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 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:Thomas N. N. Angell, Esq.Public Defender22 Market StreetPoughkeepsie, NY 12601and 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.LEVENTHAL, J.P., CHAMBERS, MILLER and DUFFY, JJ., concur.By Priscilla Hall, J.P.; Austin, Sgroi and Christopher, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Nathan Irizarry, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, rendered September 5, 2017, for leave to prosecute the appeal 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 thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, (2) whether the appellant was represented by assigned counsel or retained counsel in the trial court and, if retained, the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel, and (3) whether the appellant was on bail before conviction, and, if so, the amount and source of the bail money, and if bail was the appellant’s own money, what happened to the same after conviction.HALL, J.P., AUSTIN, SGROI and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.Marc Attia, ap, v. Irina Klebanov, etc. def, Maimonides Medical Center, res — Application by the appellant pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) for an enlargement of time until April 30, 2018, to perfect an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated June 21, 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 appellant’s time to perfect the appeal is enlarged until March 27, 2018, the record or appendix on the appeal and the appellant’s brief shall be served and filed on or before that date, and the application is otherwise denied.By Cohen, Maltese and Barros, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Ramon Escobar, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered January 9, 2017, for leave to prosecute the appeal as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filled in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, (2) whether the appellant was represented by assigned counsel or retained counsel in the trial court and, if retained, the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel.LEVENTHAL, J.P., COHEN, MALTESE and BARROS, JJ., concur.By Leventhal, J.P.; Cohen, Maltese and Barros, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Darell J. Hunt, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Dutchess County, rendered September 7, 2017, for leave to prosecute the appeal 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 thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, (2) whether the appellant was represented by assigned counsel or retained counsel in the trial court and, if retained, the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel, and (3) whether the appellant was on bail before conviction, and, if so, the amount and source of the bail money, and if bail was the appellant’s own money, what happened to the same after conviction.LEVENTHAL, J.P., COHEN, MALTESE and BARROS, JJ., concur.By Leventhal, J.P.; Cohen, Maltese and Barros, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Joseph J. Lane, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Dutchess County, rendered December 22, 2015, for leave to prosecute the appeal 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 thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, (2) whether the appellant was represented by assigned counsel or retained counsel in the trial court and, if retained, the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel, and (3) whether the appellant was on bail before conviction, and, if so, the amount and source of the bail money, and if bail was the appellant’s own money, what happened to the same after conviction.LEVENTHAL, J.P., COHEN, MALTESE and BARROS, JJ., concur.Bank of America, NA, res, v. Mendel Pavel, etc., ap, et al., def — Application by the appellant to withdraw appeals from two orders of the Supreme Court, Kings County, both dated September 26, 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 and the appeals are marked withdrawn.Mary Elizabeth Lennon, ap, v. Mary I. Digrazia, res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated May 30, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.Yoram Gafni, ap, v. Deanna M. Huczel Gafni, res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated February 22, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.By Balkin, J.P.; Austin, Roman and Sgroi, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Ronald Williams, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Kings County, rendered July 6, 2017, for leave to prosecute the appeal as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.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 denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, and (2) the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel.BALKIN, J.P., AUSTIN, ROMAN and SGROI, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.Carlos Benitez res, v. Tritec Hospitality, LLC, appellant-res, Yonkers Lodging Partners, LLC, respondent- ap — Applications by the appellant-respondent and the respondent-appellant for leave to withdraw an appeal and cross appeal, respectively, from an order of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated December 18, 2015.Upon the papers filed in support of the applications and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the applications are granted and the appeal and cross appeal are deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Balkin, J.P.; Austin, Roman and Sgroi, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Dearon Alize, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se on an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Queens County, rendered April 27, 2017, for leave to prosecute the appeal as a poor person, and for the assignment of counsel.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied, with leave to renew upon proper papers, including the appellant’s affidavit setting forth (1) the appellant’s full financial situation including all assets, both real and personal, as well as any and all sources of income before conviction, and (2) the amount and source of counsel fees paid to retained counsel.BALKIN, J.P., AUSTIN, ROMAN and SGROI, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.Cynthia Tuttle, etc., plf-res, v. Village of Tarrytown defendants- res, Charles A. Manganaro Consulting Engineers ap — Applications by the appellants Arthur R. Breuer, P.E., PLLC, and Charles A. Manganaro Consulting Engineers for leave to withdraw their respective appeals from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated January 27, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the applications and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the applications are granted and the appeals by the appellants Arthur R. Breuer, P.E., PLLC, and Charles A. Manganaro Consulting Engineers are deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, pet-res, v. Christina Pierre Louis respondents-res, American Independent Insurance Company, ap — Application to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated April 28, 2017.Upon the stipulation of the attorneys for the respective parties to the appeal dated January 12, 2018, it isORDERED that the application is granted and the appeal is deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.Board of Managers of Village Mall at Hillcrest Condominium, ap, v. Jaganmohan Pasapula, res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated March 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.Board of Managers of Village Mall at Hillcrest Condominium, ap, v. Jaganmohan Pasapula, res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated July 12, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.Board of Managers of Village Mall at Hillcrest Condominium, ap, v. Jimmy Wong res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated March 24, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.Board Managers of Village Mall at Hill Crest Condominium, ap, v. Jimmy Wong res — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, dated July 12, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.Auto Turismo Sport, Ltd. plaintiffs- res, v. Joe’s Service Repair, Inc., etc. defendants third-party plf-ap, et al., defendant; Meadowbrook Builders, Inc., et al., third-party def-res — Application to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated October 16, 2015Upon the stipulation of the attorneys for the respective parties to the appeal dated January 17, 2018, it isORDERED that the application is granted and the appeal is deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.Wendy Duke, etc., plf-res, v. Village of Tarrytown defendants- res, Consolidated Engine Company, et al., def, Charles A. Manganaro Consulting Engineers ap — Applications by the appellants for leave to withdraw their respective appeals from an order of the Supreme Court, Westchester County, dated January 27, 2016.Upon the papers filed in support of the applications and no papers having been filed in opposition or in relation thereto, it isORDERED that the applications are granted and the appeals are deemed withdrawn, without costs or disbursements.SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.Prime Protective Systems, Inc., res, v. Lawrence Nursing Care Center, Inc., ap — Application by the appellant to withdraw an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated April 21, 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 and the appeal is marked withdrawn.Charles Romanelli ap, v. Sadie Moss Jones def, Keith B. Lescale, etc. res — Application by the appellants pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to enlarge the time to file a reply brief on an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Putnam County, dated February 15, 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 appellants’ time to serve and file a reply brief enlarged, and the reply brief submitted to the Clerk of the Court is accepted for filing and deemed timely served.By Rivera, J.P.; Austin, Connolly and Iannacci, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Memorial Julien, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the County Court, Dutchess County, rendered August 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:Thomas N. N. Angell, Esq.Public Defender22 Market StreetPoughkeepsie, NY 12601and 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.RIVERA, J.P., AUSTIN, CONNOLLY and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.By Rivera, J.P.; Austin, Connolly and Iannacci, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Kashif G. Johnson, ap — Motion by the appellant for leave to consolidate and prosecute appeals from two judgments of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, both 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 the appeals are consolidated; and 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 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 and resentence 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 order 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 defendant’s sentencing or resentencing, including the recommendation sheet and any prior reports on the defendant which are incorporated or referred to in the report; and it is further,ORDERED that in the event an issue as to the legality, propriety, or excessiveness of the sentence or resentence is raised on the appeals, 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 appeals:Thomas N. N. Angell, Esq.Public Defender22 Market StreetPoughkeepsie, NY 12601and it is further,ORDERED that the appellant’s time to perfect the appeals is enlarged; assigned counsel shall prosecute the appeals 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 representative access to the record for the purpose of preparing the appeals; 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 order upon the clerk of the court from which the appeals are taken.RIVERA, J.P., AUSTIN, CONNOLLY and IANNACCI, JJ., concur.MATTER of Applications for Extensions of Time — Parties in the following causes have filed applications pursuant to 22 NYCRR 670.8(d)(2) to extend the time to perfect or to serve and file a brief.Upon the papers filed in support of the applications, it isORDERED that the applications are granted and the following parties in the following causes are granted the specified extensions of time:Title Docket No.Applicant Name(s) Extended Deadline1925 Owners Corp. v. Gutman Management Co., Inc. 2017-07646Gutman Management Co.BSD Genesis Holdings, LLCRochelle DeutschEster M. BermanMarch 20, 20181925 Owners Corp. v. Gutman Management Co., Inc. 2017-07646Harry DryfusKasovitz Enterprises, LLCMarch 20, 2018Abtey v. Trivigno2017-04862Brittany AbteyKeith AbteyCindy AbteyFebruary 21, 2018Allen v. City of New York2017-03027City of New YorkJanuary 24, 2018Alpha 2 Omega RF Components, LLC v. Scientific Components Corporation 2017-05320 +1Alpha 2 Omega RF Components, LLCFebruary 28, 2018Anderson v. TNP Trucking, Inc.2017-08415TNP Trucking, Inc.George CartgenaMarch 19, 2018Anghel v. Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C.2017-06185Maria-Lucia AnghelFebruary 21, 2018Bank of America, N.A. v. Wood2017-10218Bank of America, N.A. March 19, 2018Bohan v. DeLucia2017-06881Tara BohanFebruary 21, 2018Borrerro v. Haks Group, Inc.2017-04616Gennadiy DomnitserFebruary 15, 2018Citimortgage, Inc. v. Sultan2017-07403Andre SultanFebruary 20, 2018Conanan v. Smith2017-07665Angelito GuzmanMarch 20, 2018Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. v. Powell2017-08686 +1Robin PowellMarch 19, 2018Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Pagan2017-07691Luz PaganFebruary 16, 2018Diaz-Montez v. JEA Bus Company, Inc.2017-05644JEA Bus Company, Inc.Suzanne PalazzoFebruary 15, 2018Ferrera v. City of New York 2017-06367City of New YorkNew York City Department of Parks and Recreation February 20, 2018Gonzales v. Gonzales2017-08565Richard GonzalesMarch 19, 2018HSBC Bank USA, National Association v. Coronel2017-07836HSBC Bank USA, National AssociationFebruary 16, 2018Iovine v. State of New York 2017-06838Robin J. IovineFebruary 15, 2018JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association v. Growney2017-08307Eva GrowneyFebruary 26, 2018Kasovitz Enterprises, LLC v. Rybakov2017-08381Kasovitz Enterprises, LLC1925 Owners Corp.Robert J. KaszovitzHarry DreyfussMarch 20, 2018Kenney v. Neville A. Flower Physical Therapy P.C.2017-08710Leslie KenneyMarch 26, 2018Korszun v. Winthrop University Hospital2017-00499Winthrop University HospitalFebruary 20, 2018Kramarenko v. NY Comm. Hospital2017-08204Ganna KramarenkoValentina KumyshMarch 20, 2018Lipinsky v. Yarusso2017-11359Anthony YarussoFebruary 6, 2018Matter of Cohen v. Vlachos2017-07554George C. VlachosFebruary 20, 2018Matter of Meighan v. Ponte2017-10713Joseph PonteNew York City Department of CorrectionStacy CumberbatchNew York City Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity of New YorkFebruary 15, 2018Nationstar Mortgage, LLC v. Hawk 2017-04598Nationstar Mortgage, LLC March 5, 2018P. v. Village of Port Chester Housing Authority2017-08339X.P.Shirley GordonMarch 20, 2018Palmer-Williams v. Rubin2017-09793Nadereh Rafat, M.D., P.C.Nadereh RafatApril 5, 2018People v. Falls, Raiquan2017-02700 +1People of State of New YorkFebruary 15, 2018People v. Perez, Luis2015-11102People of State of New YorkFebruary 16, 2018People v. Tromp, Ilyas2014-03424People of State of New YorkFebruary 5, 2018People v. Wade, Jerome2014-10360People of State of New YorkFebruary 20, 2018Pinkesz Mutual Holdings, LLC v. Pinkesz 2017-03981Pinkesz Mutual Holdings, LLCFebruary 12, 2018Rodriguez v. Rego II Borrower, LLC 2017-08496East Bay Mechanical Corp.March 26, 2018Saladino v. Quinteros2017-06564Segundo K. QuinterosFebruary 5, 2018Serebryany v. Royal SeafoodInternational, Inc.2017-07301Boris SerebryanyJanuary 29, 2018Tekverk v. O’Shea2017-05771Annita TekverkPaul TekverkFebruary 13, 2018US Bank National Association v. Cherubin2017-07332Mary CherubinFebruary 26, 2018Valera v. Martinez2017-07481Gloria GordonFebruary 28, 2018Van Vlack v. Handlers2017-12454Robert D. Van VlackMarch 1, 2018Wan v. Britton Property, Inc.2017-07845Britton Property Inc.February 20, 2018YSG Homes, LLC v. Rosillo2017-08012YSG Homes, LLCMarch 12, 2018By Scheinkman, P.J.; Mastro, Rivera, Dillon and Balkin, JJ.MATTER of Roy A. Stengel ap, v. Town of Poughkeepsie Planning Board res — Appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated June 16, 2017.On the Court’s own motion, it isORDERED that the order on application of this Court entitled “MATTER of Applications for Extensions of Time,” dated January 8, 2018, is amended by deleting from the “Title” entry concerning the above-entitled matter the party name “Town of Poughkeepsie Zoning Board of Appeals,” and substituting therefor the party name “Town of Poughkeepsie Planning Board.”SCHEINKMAN, P.J., MASTRO, RIVERA, DILLON and BALKIN, JJ., concur.By Roman, J.P.; Lasalle, Connolly and Christopher, JJ.PEOPLE, etc., res, v. Delesley Dessasau, ap — Motion by the appellant pro se for leave to prosecute an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Queens County, rendered August 14, 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:Seymour W. James, Jr., Esq.The Legal Aid Society199 Water Street – 5th FloorNew York, New York 10038and 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.ROMAN, J.P., LASALLE, CONNOLLY and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.By Roman, J.P.; Lasalle, Connolly and Christopher, JJ.U.S. Bank N.A., etc., res, v. Shiva Hedvat, appellant def — Motion by the appellant, inter alia, to stay the sale of the subject premises, pending hearing and determination of an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, entered November 14, 2017.Upon the papers filed in support of the motion and the papers filed in opposition thereto, it isORDERED that the motion is denied.ROMAN, J.P., LASALLE, CONNOLLY and CHRISTOPHER, JJ., concur.

 
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