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COMMONWEALTH PENNSYLVANIA v. KEVIN DREW (05/05/86)

submitted: May 5, 1986.

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
v.
KEVIN DREW, APPELLANT



Appeal from the Judgment of Sentence of December 20, 1984, in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, Criminal Division, at Nos. 1333-37, 8308.

COUNSEL

Francis E. Gleeson, Jr., Philadelphia, for appellant.

Jane C. Greenspan, Assistant District Attorney, Philadelphia, for Com., appellee.

Montemuro, Hoffman and Hester, JJ.

Author: Per Curiam

[ 353 Pa. Super. Page 633]

This is a direct appeal from judgment of sentence for robbery and related offenses. We must quash the appeal, for appellant's brief is in almost total noncompliance with the rules related to form and content of appellate briefs.

Pennsylvania Rule of Appellate Procedure 2101 states that if the defects in the brief of the appellant are substantial, the appeal may be quashed. In this instance, the defects are indeed substantial. Appellant's counsel has made no serious attempt to comply with the following Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure:

2111(a) Brief of the Appellant -- General rule

2114 Statement of Jurisdiction

2115 Order in Question

2116 Statement of Questions Involved

2117 Statement of the Case

2118 Summary of the ...


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