Salman et al v. Phoenix, City of et al
ORDER - Therefore, IT IS ORDERED DENYING plaintiffs' amended motion for a temporary restraining order (doc.7). We again urge plaintiffs to seek the advice of a lawyer. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 4/21/11.(LAD)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA
Michael Salman and Suzanne Salman,
City of Phoenix, et al.,
We have before us plaintiffs’ amended motion for a temporary restraining order (doc.
7) and amended memorandum in support (doc. 8). We denied plaintiffs’ first motion for a
restraining order because they failed to satisfy any of the conditions for the granting of
injunctive relief. See Order of April 8, 2011 (doc. 5). Plaintiffs make no additional
allegations that support their renewed application. The amended motion only deals with the
page limit issue we raised. It fails to address the substantive reasons for our denial of relief.
Therefore, IT IS ORDERED DENYING plaintiffs’ amended motion for a temporary
restraining order (doc.7).
We again urge plaintiffs to seek the advice of a lawyer.
DATED this 21st day of April, 2011.
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