State of Maine v. Alexis Wright
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Case Name: State of Maine v. Alexis Wright
Docket Number: YORSC-CR-12-2050
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- October 12, 2012, Order on Motion to Strike Surplusage from Indictment M.R. Crim.P. 7(d)
- October 19, 2012: State's Response to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss and Request for Clarification of Discovery Order( Dated October 18, 2012)
- October 22, 2012: State's Report on October 18, 2012 Discovery
- October 25, 2012: State's Report on the Status of Discovery
- October 29, 2012: State's Report on Taxation Discovery
- November 9, 2012: Motion to Sever with Incorporated Memorandum of Law
- November 9, 2012: Defendant Mark Strong's Objection to State's Notice of Joinder, Pursuant to M.R. Crim. P. 8(d) and Motion to Sever the Trial
- November 9, 2012: Order on Notice of Joinder
- November 9, 2012: Scheduling Order
- November 15, 2012: Motion to Reconsider Joinder and Opposition to Severance M.R. Crim.O. 8(b)(c)
- November 26, 2012: Defendant's Objection To State's Motion To Reconsider Joinder And Opposition To Severance
- December 5, 2012: Order
- December 12, 2012: Order on Motion to Reconsider
- March 20, 2013: Defendant's Unopposed Motion to Enlarge Time to File Pretrial Motions
- March 20, 2013: Order on Defendant's Unopposed Motion to Enlarge Time to File Pretrial Motions
- May 30, 2013: Defendant's Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing
- May 31, 2013: Judgment and Commitment
Deputy District Attorney Justina McGettigan
45 Kennebunk Road Alfred, ME 04002
Phone : (207) 324-8001
Fax: (207) 490-6990
Sarah A. Churchill, Esq.
Nichols, Webb & Loranger
110 Main Street
Saco, ME 04072
Courthouse: York County Superior Courthouse
Courthouse Hours: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday through Friday
Cameras and Audio Recording in Courtrooms
Maine has strict rules about whether or when cameras are permitted to be used in the courtroom, and in every case, the presiding justice may impose additional conditions to assure a fair trial. Such additional conditions may include, pooling of cameras.
Information about cameras and audio recording equipment is available in Administrative Order JB-05-15 ( A. 9-11).
The form to request audio or camera coverage can be found below:
Media Notification -- Requested Coverage of Court Proceedings (Fillable PDF)
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Electronic Devices: Administrative Order JB-05-16 (A. 5-08) Use of other electronic devices, such as a laptop, tablets and smart phones is prohibited without the consent of the judge.
No telephone calls please.
Interviews: No interviews may be conducted inside the Courthouse, and entrances are not to be blocked.
Decorum: Recording personnel shall wear appropriate and neat attire consistent with participation in matters of serious concern. Neither the camera nor the recording personnel shall have any insignia or other indication of organizational affiliation. The use of any electronic device in the courtroom is prohibited without the written consent of the presiding justice. Place all cell phones in vibrate or silent mode. Violators will be removed from the courtroom.
Members of the media who require further assistance can contact Mary Ann Lynch, Director of Court Information or Tracie Lammers, Web Services Coordinator. Ms. Lynch may be reached at (207) 592-5940 or via email Mary.Ann.Lynch@courts.maine.gov. Ms. Lammers may be reached at (207) 822-0718 or Tracie.Lammers@courts.maine.gov .