Delvon C. Jackson v. Sarah Jones et al
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Magistrate Judge Alexander F. MacKinnon. Plaintiff shall show cause on or before April 2, 2018, why this action should not be dismissed due to plaintiff's failure to prosecute. The filing of the Notice of Submission and USM 285 on or before April 2, 2018 shall discharge the order to show cause. (See document for further details.) (sbou)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL MINUTES – GENERAL
Case No. CV 17-07843 GW (AFM)
Date: March 12, 2018
Delvon C. Jackson v. Sarah Jones
Present: The Honorable:
ALEXANDER F. MacKINNON, U.S. Magistrate Judge
Court Reporter / Recorder
Attorneys Present for Plaintiff:
Attorneys Present for Defendants:
Proceedings (In Chambers): Order to Show Cause
On January 4, 2018, the pro se Plaintiff filed a First Amended Civil Rights Complaint. After
screening the First Amended Complaint (“FAC”), on January 29, 2018, the Court ordered the FAC
to be served on defendant Sarah Jones and directed the Clerk to send the appropriate service
documents to plaintiff to accomplish service by the U.S. Marshal. Plaintiff was directed to complete
the USM 285 (“Process Receipt and Return”) and return it along with the Notice of Submission
within 30 days of the Order. The docket sheet shows that, as late as the date of this Order, plaintiff
has not filed a Notice of Submission or the USM 285. Plaintiff has failed to comply with the Court’s
Plaintiff shall show cause on or before April 2, 2018, why this action should not be
dismissed due to plaintiff’s failure to prosecute. The filing of the Notice of Submission and USM
285 on or before April 2, 2018 shall discharge the order to show cause. Plaintiff is hereby
cautioned that failing to comply with this Order and/or to show cause, will result in the
recommendation that this action be dismissed for failure to prosecute.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Initials of Preparer
Civil Minutes – General
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