Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians v. Caballero
PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION ORDER signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 9/15/2010 ORDERING 94 Dft Cesar Caballero may not use, or represent to third parties, including the US Govt, that he is associated with or a representative of the "Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians," the "Shingle Springs Rancheria," the "Shingle Springs Miwok Tribe," the "Shingle Springs Miwok Indians," or any confusingly similar variation thereof; Mr. Caballero also may not represent tha t he is associated with, or lives on, the Shingle Springs Rancheria, the sovereign territory and land based that is held in trust by the US for the Tribe; this injunction does not seek to preclude Mr. Caballero from petitioning the Dept of Interior f or federal recognition for any tribal entity he represents, so long as he does not misrepresent that he his authorized to speak or act for the Tribe; Mr. Caballero must immediately return, without further delay, to the Tribe any and all mail diverted from the Tribe to Mr. Caballero through the processes of the USPS; Given that the balance of the potential hardships each party would suffer weighs overwhelmingly in favor of the parties seeking the preliminary injunction, any bond requirement is waived. (Reader, L)
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