Keith A. Pepito v. Riverside County Sheriff Department et al
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)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, EASTERN DIVISION
12 KEITH A.PEPITO,
15 COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE,
CASE NO. 5:17-CV-02128-DSF(SPx)
~PTIPULATI~N TO DISMISS WITH
GOOD CAUSE APPEARING AND THE PARTIES HAVING
20 STIPULATED THERETO,YT IS ORDERED,ADNDGED AND DECREED:
The Complaint, in its entirety and as to each and every claim for relief
22 and any and all defendants, is dismissed with prejudice.
The settlement is further memorialized in a written settlement
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.
[PROPOSED] ORDER GRAt~3T[1v`G STIPULATfON TO DISMISS WITH PREJU€}iCE
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.
The parties agree that the mediator shall retain jurisdiction for the
5 pwpose ofenforcement of the terms of the settlement agreement between the
IT IS SO ORDERED,ADJUDGED AND DECREED.
9 DATED: April ~Z , 2018
Hon. Sheri Pym
United States Magistrate Judge
PROPOSED]ORDER GRANTING STIPULATION TO DISMISS WITH PFtEJUD10E
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