State v. Joseph, 22-AP-160

Citation22-AP-160
Case DateJune 10, 2022
CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Vermont

State of Vermont
v.

Neal Joseph*

No. 22-AP-160

Supreme Court of Vermont

June 10, 2022


NOT PRECEDENTIAL

APPEALED FROM: Superior Court, Washington Unit, Criminal Division CASE NO. 22-CR-02380

ENTRY ORDER

Karen R. Carroll, Associate Justice

In the above-entitled cause, the Clerk will enter:

Defendant Neal Joseph filed this appeal on June 7, 2022, alleging that he has been held without bail in pre-trial detention for a period exceeding the sixty-day maximum allowable under 13 V.S.A. § 7553b(b). However, defendant filed a motion on May 25, 2022, requesting the criminal division to "schedule a bail-review hearing and . . . set bail for [him.]" Id. § 7553b(b). The criminal division granted the motion on the same day, but it did not schedule a hearing at that time. On June 9, 2022, the criminal division scheduled a bail-review hearing for June 13, 2022. Because that hearing has not yet occurred, defendant's appeal is premature and therefore dismissed.

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