State
v.
Russell

Utah Court of AppealsJan 17, 2002
2002 UT App. 14 (Utah Ct. App. 2002)

Case No. 20010791-CA.

Filed January 17, 2002. (Not For Official Publication)

Appeal from the Third District, Salt Lake Department, The Honorable Ann Boyden.

Victor Marshall Gordon, Salt Lake City, for Appellant.

Mark Shurtleff and Brett J. DelPorto, Salt Lake City, for Appellee.

Before Judges Billings, Davis, and Thorne.


MEMORANDUM DECISION


PER CURIAM:

This case is before the court on what appears to be an appeal from an order binding Appellant over to stand trial on criminal charges. Appellant has not provided a copy of the order from which he appeals. Appellant has also failed to file a docketing statement, and has not responded to this court's sua sponte notice of consideration for summary disposition. Appellee did file a response to the notice.

Because Appellant does not appeal from a signed, final appealable order, this court does not have jurisdiction to hear this appeal. See Utah R. App. P. 3(a). Moreover, Appellant has not sought permission to appeal an interlocutory order pursuant to Rule 5 of the Utah Rules of Appellate Procedure. Therefore, the appeal is dismissed based on lack of jurisdiction without prejudice to filing an appeal upon obtaining a final order or judgment.

James Z. Davis, Judge, William A. Thorne, Jr., Judge.