Jerry Cox v. Mariposa County et al
ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR COUNTY DEFENDANTS TO RESPOND TO PLAINTIFF'S INITIAL COMPLAINT signed by District Judge Anthony W. Ishii on 10/11/2019. (Gonzales, V)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
JERRY COX, an Individual,
15 MARIPOSA COUNTY; MARIPOSA
COUNTY SHERRIFF’S OFFICE;
16 SHERIFF DEPUTY WILLIAM
ATKINSON; SHERIFF DEPUTY
17 WESLEY SMITH; ASHELY HARRIS;
CALIFORNIA RECEIVERSHIP GROUP
18 (“CRG”) AND MARK ADAMS IN HIS
INDIVIDUAL AND OFFICIAL
19 CAPACITY, AND DOES 1 THROUGH
Case No. 1:19-cv-01105-AWI-BAM
ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR
COUNTY DEFENDANTS TO
RESPOND TO PLAINTIFF’S
The Court, having considered the Joint Stipulation to allow Mariposa County,
2 Mariposa County Sherriff’s Office, Sheriff Deputy William Atkinson, and Sheriff Deputy
3 Wesley Smith (collectively, the “County Defendants”) additional time to respond to
4 Plaintiff Jerry Cox’s (“Plaintiff”) Summon and initial Complaint (“Initial Complaint”) in
5 this lawsuit,
1. The County Defendants are hereby excused from filing an answer or other
response to the Initial Complaint until fourteen (14) days after the Court issues
its order ruling on the Receiver’s Motion to Dismiss/Motion to Strike the Initial
2. If the Court grants leave for Plaintiff to file a First Amended Complaint, the
County Defendants are hereby excused from filing an answer or other response
to the Initial Complaint, and the County Defendants will file an answer or other
response to the First Amended Complaint.
3. If the County Defendants file a motion to dismiss or motion to strike the First
Amended Complaint, the time for the County Defendants to file an answer to
Plaintiff’s First Amended Complaint is not due until fourteen (14) days after the
Court’s ruling on the County Defendants’ motion to dismiss or motion to strike
the First Amended Complaint.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
24 IT IS SO ORDERED.
25 Dated: October 11, 2019
SENIOR DISTRICT JUDGE
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