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534
TP 21-00147

BABLIN YOU
    V
ANTHONY ANNUCCI

CPLR art 78 Proceeding Transferred by Order of

     LEAH R. NOWOTARSKI SUB

535
KA 18-01366

PEOPLE
    V
JAIME M. FONTANEZ-BAEZ

Assault

     KATHRYN B. FRIEDMAN SUB
     LISA GRAY SUB

536
KA 19-00784

PEOPLE
    V
JARRMEL PETERSON

Criminal Possession Weapon

     ROBERT L. KEMP SUB
     MICHAEL J. HILLERY SUB

537
KA 19-02149

PEOPLE
    V
DANIEL MURRAY-ADAMS

Sentence

     PIOTR BANASIAK SUB

538
KA 18-01616

PEOPLE
    V
HECMAR L. VIRELLA CALDERO

Criminal Possession Weapon

     JOHN A. CIRANDO 10
     V. CHRISTOPHER EAGGLESTON 5

539
KA 20-00138

PEOPLE
    V
JERMAINE H. SIMMONS

Sex Offender Registration Act

     ALAN WILLIAMS SUB
     ASHLEY R. LOWRY SUB

540
KA 19-00981

PEOPLE
    V
COLTON PRICE

Sexual Abuse

     CHARLES J. GREENBERG 10
     MELISSA SWARTZ 5

541
KA 19-00703

PEOPLE
    V
JOHN CROSBY

Attempted Assault

     LINDA M. CAMPBELL 10
     STEVEN G. COX 10

542
KA 19-01985

PEOPLE
    V
GENE A. KUBIAK

Criminal Possession Weapon

     PETER J. DIGIORGIO, JR. SUB
     ROBERT R. CALLI, JR. SUB

543
KA 17-01716

PEOPLE
    V
JOHN A. HARRISON, JR.

Criminal Possession Controlled Substance

     JOHN A. CIRANDO 10
     V. CHRISTOPHER EAGGLESTON 5

544
KA 18-02252

PEOPLE
    V
KENNETH W. SCOTT

Criminal Possession Weapon

     BETH A. RATCHFORD SUB
     DEREK HARNSBERGER SUB

545
CAF 20-00587

GREGORY D. ETTELT
    V
BILLIE J. ETTELT

Custody

     PETER J. DIGIORGIO, JR. 10
     KACIE MARIE KALIL 5

546
CAF 20-00706

ARIEL PONTILLO
    V
LANCE JOHNSON-KOSIOREK

Custody

     CAITLIN M. CONNELLY 5
     DAVID J. PAJAK 5
     JENNIFER M. LORENZ 10

547
CAF 19-01537

IN THE MATTER OF
KATALINA M.

Neglect

     DAVID J. PAJAK 5

548
CA 20-01058

KURT E. MEHLENBACHER
    V
STEPHANIE MEHLENBACHER

Equitable Distribution

     MICHAEL STEINBERG 15
     JON W. BRENIZER 15

549
CA 20-00579

DOY S.
    V
STATE OF NEW YORK

Mental Hygiene Law

     JONATHAN D. HITSOUS 10
     MICHAEL H. MCCORMICK 10

550
CA 20-00585

DOY S.
    V
STATE OF NEW YORK

Mental Hygiene Law

TO BE ARGUED WITH #549

551
CA 20-01569

PHILLIP H. OWENS
    V
STATE OF NEW YORK

Dismiss Claim

     ELLIOT D. SHIELDS 15

552
CA 20-00929

IN THE MATTER OF
RYAN WAID (CITY OF JAMESTOWN)

Arbitration

     KRISTEN M. MACHELOR 15

553
CA 20-01621

MAXWELL B. COHEN
    V
JEANNE D. BROTEN

Summary Judgment

     MICHAEL C. PRETSCH 15
     SARAH P. RERA 15

554
CA 20-00940

VIKKI-LYNN AVINO
    V
JEFFREY M. ZEWIN

Summary Judgment

     CHARLES S. DESMOND, II 15
     CORY J. WEBER 15

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