Nible v. Knowles, et al.
ORDER Requesting Confidential Statements Re: Case Selection for Prisoner Settlement Program signed by Magistrate Judge Barbara A. McAuliffe on 01/26/2012. Confidential Statements due by 2/14/2012. (Flores, E)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CASE NO. 1:06-cv-01716-BAM PC
ORDER REQUESTING CONFIDENTIAL
STATEMENTS RE: CASE SELECTION FOR
PRISONER SETTLEMENT PROGRAM
E. FLORES, et al.,
Plaintiff is a California state prisoner proceeding pro se and in forma pauperis in this
action filed pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
The parties to this action shall each, no later than fifteen (15) days from the date of the
order, submit confidential statements as described below. The confidential statements shall not
be served on the opposing party or filed with the court, but instead, delivered by mail, fax, email
or personal delivery to the Court’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) division at the address,
fax number or email address below and marked “Confidential.”
ADR Division, Attention: Sujean Park
US District Court
501 I Street, Suite 4-200
Sacramento, CA 95814
Fax: (916) 491-3912
Such statements shall be limited to five (5) pages and shall include the following:
1) the party’s assessment of whether the instant action is of the type that would benefit
from a settlement proceeding;
2) the party’s assessment of what factors, if any, will prevent settlement of this matter
prior to trial; and
3) any additional information the court may find useful in determining whether to set this
matter for a settlement conference.
Should the Court determine this action to be appropriate for referral to the Prisoner
Settlement Program, the Court will set this matter for settlement conference before a magistrate
IT IS SO ORDERED.
January 26, 2012
/s/ Barbara A. McAuliffe
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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