Carroll v. Schwarzenegger et al
ORDER signed by District Judge Susan Oki Mollway on 10/26/09 ORDERING that plaintiff is granted an extension of time to file Amended Complaint; Amended Complaint due by 11/24/2009. Clerk directed to send copy of 10/14/09 Order of plaintiff's updated address. (Owen, K)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) ) vs. ) ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, N. ) GRANNIS, RAYMOND E. BAKER, ) KEN CLARK, S. SURY ADEVARA, ) E. MAZIN, KINGS COUNTY, ) ) ) Defendants. ____________________________ ) VERNON D. CARROLL, 2: 08-CV-00408 SOM ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR PLAINTIFF TO FILE AN AMENDED COMPLAINT
ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR PLAINTIFF TO FILE AN AMENDED COMPLAINT I. INTRODUCTION. Plaintiff Vernon Carroll is a prisoner proceeding pro se. On October 14, 2009, this court dismissed his Complaint and
allowed him to file an amended complaint no later than November 10, 2009. On October 21, 2009, Carroll notified the court of a The court is uncertain whether Carroll
change of address.
received its October 14 order, which was sent to his previous address. This court is also concerned that Carroll may not have
adequate time to prepare an amended complaint by November 10, if he only receives this court's October 14 order sometime this week. This court thus amends the previous order only to extend Carroll may To
the time for Carroll to file an amended complaint.
file an amended complaint no later than Tuesday, November 24. ensure that Carroll receives the October 14 order, and has
adequate time to prepare an amended complaint if he so desires,
this court directs the clerk to update the caption to reflect the address change, and to send the October 14 order along with this order to his current address. IS SO ORDERED. DATED: Honolulu, Hawaii, October 26, 2009.
/s/ Susan Oki Mollway Susan Oki Mollway Chief United States District Judge
Carroll v. Schwarzenegger, et al, 2: 08CV408 SOM; ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR PLAINTIFF TO FILE AN AMENDED COMPLAINT
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