People v. Ortiz, Motion No. 2022-2116

CourtNew York Supreme Court Appellate Division
Writing for the CourtHon. Ellen Gesmer, Associate Justice
Citation2022 NY Slip Op 67832 (U)
PartiesThe People of the State of New York, Respondent, v. Eric Ortiz, Defendant-Appellant.
Decision Date23 June 2022
Docket NumberMotion No. 2022-2116,Ind. No. 1026/16,Case No. 2020-00965

2022 NY Slip Op 67832(U)

The People of the State of New York, Respondent,
v.

Eric Ortiz, Defendant-Appellant.

Motion No. 2022-2116, Ind. No. 1026/16, Case No. 2020-00965

Supreme Court of New York, First Department

June 23, 2022


Unpublished Opinion

MOTION DECISION

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BEFORE: Hon. Ellen Gesmer Justice of the Appellate Division

Hon. Ellen Gesmer, Associate Justice

I, Ellen Gesmer, a Justice of the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, do hereby certify that in the proceedings herein questions of law or fact are involved which ought to be reviewed by the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, and, pursuant to Section 460.15 of the Criminal Procedure Law, permission is hereby granted to the above-named defendant to appeal to the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, from the order of the Supreme Court, Bronx County, entered on or about April 26, 2022.[1]

NOTICE: Within 15 days from the date hereon, an appeal must be taken, and this certificate must be filed with the notice of appeal. An appeal is taken by filing, in the Clerks office of the criminal court in which the order sought to be appealed was rendered, a written notice in duplicate that appellant appeals to the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department (Section 460.10, subd. 4, CPL), together with proof that another copy of the notice of appeal has been served upon opposing counsel. The appeal (or consolidated appeals; see footnote) must be argued within 120 days from the date of the notice of appeal, unless the time to perfect the appeal(s) is enlarged by the court or a justice thereof.

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Notes:

[1] In the event defendant has an existing (direct) appeal from a judgment, such appeal shall be consolidated with the appeal from the aforesaid order; and any poor person relief and assignment of counsel granted with respect to the appeal from the judgment shall be extended to cover the appeals so consolidated.

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