Detailed Case Information - SC17-1539

Case Description: SC17-1539 - STATE VS. ANTHONY MONTOYA (DUI)

Filing Date: 12/01/2017

Case Type: SD - SPECIALTY COURT CASE

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Case Parties

Seq No. Type Name
1 JUDG - Judge POLAHA, JEROME M.
2 PLTF - Plaintiff STATE OF NEVADA,
4 DEFT - Defendant MONTOYA, ANTHONY
5 APD - Alternate Public Defender Chavez, Esq., Wendy

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Event Information

Date/Time Hearing Judge Event Description Outcome
1. 08/21/2019 at 11:00 AM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H284 - SC-REVIEW HEARING - filed on:
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2. 08/14/2019 at 11:00 AM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H644 - ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE D355 - Denied filed on: 08/14/2019
Extra Text: DEFT. TO REMAIN IN PROGRAM. DEFT. TO REMAIN IN CUSTODY AND RELEASED ON 8/21/19 AM.
3. 08/07/2019 at 11:00 AM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H284 - SC-REVIEW HEARING D325 - SC-Remanded to Jail filed on: 08/07/2019
Extra Text: DEFT. TO REMAIN IN CUSTODY AND TRANSPORTED IN CUSTODY TO NEXT HEARING DATE.
4. 07/31/2019 at 11:00 AM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H284 - SC-REVIEW HEARING D260 - Continue Present Status filed on: 07/31/2019
Extra Text: DUE TO EVACUATION 8/1/19 - DEFT. SHALL SELF-SURRENDER TO WCJ ON 8/3/19 BY 7:00 AM TO SERVE 24 HOURS
5. 07/24/2019 at 11:00 AM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H284 - SC-REVIEW HEARING D293 - SC-Heard - Continued filed on: 07/24/2019
Extra Text: COURT ORDERED: DEFT. SHALL SELF-SURRENDER TO WCJ 7/25/19 BY 12:00 A.M. TO SERVE 2 DAYS 7/29/19 - DEFT. SHALL SELF-SURRENDER TO WCJ ON 7/29/19 BY NOON TO SERVE 48 HOURS. DEFT. SHALL SELF-SURRENDER TO WCJ ON 8/3/19 BY 10:00 AM TO SERVE 24 HOURS DEFT. ALSO ORDER TO COMPLETE 1 DAY C.S. BY 7/31/19.
6. 07/10/2019 at 1:30 PM Honorable JEROME POLAHA H284 - SC-REVIEW HEARING D293 - SC-Heard - Continued filed on: 07/10/2019
Extra Text: DILUTE TEST: 3 DAYS WCJ; SUSP FOR 30 DAYS; DEFT. TO REMAIN COMPLIANT

Docket Entry Information

Docket Description Date Filed Extra Text
1. 1391 - Chapter 484 Order 12/01/2017 Extra Text:
The District Court is comprised of 15 Departments. Each Judge sits in a differently numbered Department. When a Judge leaves service, the new Judge's name replaces the former Judge's name on all matters pending and previously closed in that department. This change will not reflect that a previous sitting Judge presided over a matter.