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Case Information: 35918
Short Caption:VANNOZZI VS. VANNOZZI C/W 35227Court:Supreme Court
Consolidated: 35227 *, 35918Related Case(s): 35227
Lower Court Case(s):Clark Co. - Eighth Judicial District - D202252Classification:Civil Appeal - Family Law - Child Custody
Disqualifications:Case Status:Remittitur Issued/Case Closed
Replacement:Panel Assigned: Panel
To SP/Judge:SP Status:
Oral Argument:Oral Argument Location:
Submission Date:04/23/2001How Submitted:

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Docket Entries
04/10/2000Filing FeeReceived Filing Fee Paid on Filing. $200.00 from Bruce I. Shapiro Ltd.--check no. 6219.
04/10/2000Notice of Appeal DocumentsFiled Certified Copy of Notice of Appeal. Appeal docketed in the Supreme Court this day. 00-05686
04/25/2000Order/ProceduralFiled Order. Attorney Fred Kennedy shall have 20 days from the date of this order within which to inform this court whether he also represents respondent in docket no. 35227. We suspend the briefing schedule in both appeals, the time for filing a request for transcript in docket no. 35918, and the time for filing the docketing statement in docket no. 35918, pending attorney Kennedy's response to this order (nos. 35227/35918). 00-06716
05/10/2000MotionFiled Motion to Consolidate. Nos. 35227 & 35918 00-07748
05/11/2000MotionFiled Response to Order to Show Cause. Fred W. Kennedy, Esq., is not representing respondent for any Supreme Court matters. Nos. 35227, 35918. Document no. 00-07822
06/21/2000Order/ProceduralFiled Order. We grant appellant's motion to consolidate these appeals, and we hereby consolidate the above-entitled matters for all appellate purposes. On April 25, 2000, we entered an order directing respondent's counsel of record in Docket No. 35918, Fred W. Kennedy, to inform this court whether he also represnets respondent in Docket No. 35227. On May 11, 2000, Kennedy filed a response to our order, indicating that he does not represent respondent in either matter. It therefore appears that respondent intends to proceed without counsel in these appeals. Due from appellant in Docket No. 35918: 15 days to comply with NRAP 9(a) and to file the docketing statement. Upon the filing of the docketing statement, this court shall conduct a preliminary jurisdictional review of these appeals. Appellant: 120 days from the date of this order to file a single opening brief and appendix, addressing the issues raised in both appeals. Thereafter, these consolidated appeals shall stand submitted for decision on the opening brief and appendix. (Docketing statement mailed to counsel in Docket No. 35918). Nos. 35277, 35918.
06/30/2000Docketing StatementFiled Docketing Statement. (Nos. 35227 and 35918). 00-11240
07/18/2000Transcript RequestFiled Request for Transcript of Proceedings. Transcripts requested: 1/24/00. To Court Reporter: Deborah Casper. Nos. 35227/35918. Doc. No. 00-12415
08/07/2000TranscriptFiled Transcript. Proceedings: January 24, 2000. Court Reporter: Deborah S. Casper. (nos. 35227/35918). 00-13687
10/02/2000Notice/IncomingFiled Notice of Change of Address. (Bruce I. Shapiro, Esq.) (Nos. 35227 and 35918).
10/19/2000MotionFiled Motion to Extend Time. Motion for Permission to File Opening Brief in Excess of Thirty Pages and to Extend Time to File Opening Brief. Nos. 35227/35918. Doc. No. 00-18587
10/30/2000MotionFiled Stipulation. Nos. 35227/35918.
04/04/2001Order/ProceduralFiled Order. On June 21, 2000, this court entered an order granting appellant's motion to consolidate these appeals. On October 19, 2000, appellant filed a motion for leave to file a brief in excess of thirty pages and for a thirty day extension of time to file and serve the opening brief. On October 30, 2000, the parties filed a stipulation to extend the filing date of the opening brief appendix by the same time period and requested permission to file a brief of up to fifty pages. Appellant may file an opening brief of up to fifty pages. The time requested for an extension having passed, we deny the motion and disapprove the parties' stipulation as moot. In the interest of judicial economy we direct appellant to file and serve the opening brief and appendix within 15 days from the date of this order. We do not expect any further delay in the briefing of this appeal. Failure to timely file an opening brief and appendix or to fully comply with orders of this court may result in the imposition of sanctions including the dismissal of these appeals as abandoned. Nos. 35227/35918. (01-05765)
04/23/2001BriefFiled Opening Brief. Mailed on: 04/19/01. Nos. 35227/35918 (01-06844).
04/23/2001AppendixFiled Appendix to Opening Brief. Vols. 1 through 6. Nos. 35227/35918 (01-06845).
04/23/2001Case Status Update Submitted for Decision. Submitted on the Opening Brief and Appendix. Nos. 35227/35918.
12/05/2001Order/DispositionalFiled Order of Affirmance. These are consolidated appeals. Having considered all of appellant's contentions and concluded that they lack merit, we "ORDER the judgment of the district court AFFIRMED." SNP02-CY/DA/ML. Nos. 35227/35918. 01-20309
01/02/2002RemittiturIssued Remittitur. 01-20403
01/02/2002Case Status Update Remittitur Issued/Case Closed.
01/18/2002RemittiturFiled Remittitur. Received by County Clerk on January 7, 2002. 01-20403