Purepecha Enterprises Inc. v. El Matador Spices and Dry Chiles et al
JUDGMENT DEBTOR EXAMINATION by Magistrate Judge Paul L. Abrams. Show Cause Hearing set for 8/15/2017 10:00 AM before Magistrate Judge Paul L. Abrams. (gr)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Case No. CV 17-877-VAP (PLAx)
Date June 13, 2017
Title: Purepecha Enterprises, Inc. v. El Matador Spices and Dry Chilis, et al.
G U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE
PRESENT: THE HONORABLE
PAUL L. ABRAMS
ATTORNEY PRESENT FOR CREDITOR:
: MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Court Reporter / Recorder
ATTORNEY PRESENT FOR JUDGMENT DEBTOR:
William I. Goldsmith
(JUDGMENT DEBTOR EXAMINATION)
Case called. Counsel for plaintiff is present. As of 10:22 a.m., judgment debtor Carlos Rico is not present. The
judgment debtor is ordered to appear before this Court on Tuesday, August 15, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., in
Courtroom 780 of the Roybal Federal Building, 7th Floor, 255 E. Temple Street, Los Angeles, and show
cause why this matter should not be referred to the District Judge to initiate contempt proceedings for his
failure to appear at today’s hearing. The judgment debtor examination of Carlos Rico is also rescheduled to
August 15, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. The judgment debtor is to be present and produce the necessary documents
referred to in plaintiff’s subpoena. At the rescheduled hearing on August 15, 2017, judgment debtor will also
have the opportunity to be heard regarding whether judgment debtor should be ordered to pay plaintiff’s
attorney’s fees and costs associated with the failure to appear at today’s hearing.
The judgment debtor is hereby advised that failure to appear at the time and place specified for the
rescheduled examination may subject him to arrest and punishment for contempt of Court, as well as
additional costs for plaintiff’s attorney’s appearance at future hearings.
Counsel of Record
Initials of Deputy Clerk
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