Keith A. Pepito v. Riverside County Sheriff Department et al

Filing 24

ORDER by Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym GRANTING Stipulation to Dismiss With Prejudice 23 : (see document image for specifics). IT IS SO ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED. (ad)

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1 2 l 3 O 4 5 6 7 8 9 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT is CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, EASTERN DIVISION 11' 12 KEITH A.PEPITO, Plaintiff, 13 14 vs. 15 COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, et al., 16 Defendants. 17 CASE NO. 5:17-CV-02128-DSF(SPx) ORDER GRANTING ~PTIPULATI~N TO DISMISS WITH PREJUDICE Trial Date: None Set 18 19 GOOD CAUSE APPEARING AND THE PARTIES HAVING 20 STIPULATED THERETO,YT IS ORDERED,ADNDGED AND DECREED: 21 L The Complaint, in its entirety and as to each and every claim for relief 22 and any and all defendants, is dismissed with prejudice. 2 3 2 . The settlement is further memorialized in a written settlement 24 agreement. 25 3. The parties shall bear their own costs, expenses and attorneys' fees 26 arising out of and/or connected with this matter, including any such fees or expenses 27 potentially recoverable under 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1988. 2 8 /// 4825-3778-8767.i [PROPOSED] ORDER GRAt~3T[1v`G STIPULATfON TO DISMISS WITH PREJU€}iCE 1 4. This Order is the resul# of a compromise of disputed claim. It is not to 2 be considered as an admission of liability and/or responsibility with regard to the 3 incident, occurrence, casualty or event referenced in the pleadings herein. 4 5. The parties agree that the mediator shall retain jurisdiction for the 5 pwpose ofenforcement of the terms of the settlement agreement between the 6 parties. 7 IT IS SO ORDERED,ADJUDGED AND DECREED. 8 9 DATED: April ~Z , 2018 10 11 Hon. Sheri Pym United States Magistrate Judge ~z i3 14 15 is 17 18 19 2 0 Z1 22 23 2 4 25 2 6 27 2 $ as2s-3~~s-s~6~,i 2 [ PROPOSED]ORDER GRANTING STIPULATION TO DISMISS WITH PFtEJUD10E

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