MEMORANDUM AND ORDER PURSUANT TO RULE 1:28
Summary decisions issued by the Appeals Court pursuant to its rule 1:28, as amended by 73 Mass.App.Ct. 1001 (2009), are primarily directed to the parties and, therefore, may not fully address the facts of the case or the panel's decisional rationale. Moreover, such decisions are not circulated to the entire court and, therefore, represent only the views of the panel that decided the case. A summary decision pursuant to rule 1:28 issued after February 25, 2008, may be cited for its persuasive value but, because of the limitations noted above, not as binding precedent. See
Defendant A.R. appeals from the extension of a harassment prevention order under G. L. c. 258E, arguing that the evidence of three acts of harassment was insufficient. We affirm.
As best we can discern from the certified copy of the docket entries, an ex parte harassment prevention order issued from the Lawrence Division of the District Court Department on May 24, 2016, and was extended for one year following an evidentiary hearing attended by both parties.
We cannot review the defendant's challenge to the sufficiency of the evidence because she has not provided us with the harassment prevention order from which she appeals, the plaintiff's affidavit in support of the order, or the exhibits that were introduced in evidence at the extension hearing.
The June 7, 2016, extension order is affirmed. The rescript is to issue forthwith.