Jones et al v. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation et al
ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 2/13/17 ORDERING that Plaintiffs' 102 Motion for approval of the compromise of the minor plaintiff T.J.'s claims is GRANTED. The Court further orders disbursement of minor Plaintiff T. J .'s $36,500 in settlement proceeds as follows: Payment to Plaintiff Janelle Jones, the guardian ad litem of Plaintiff T.J., minor T.J.'s net settlement proceeds in the amount of $21,900, and payment to Tron & Tron, attorneys for the minor Plaintiff T. J., the amount of $14,600 in attorneys' fees. CASE CLOSED (Kastilahn, A) Modified on 2/14/2017 (Kastilahn, A).
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
ORDER RE: MOTION FOR APPROVAL
OF COMPROMISE OF MINOR
PLAINTIFF T.J.’S CLAIMS
JANELLE JONES, and T. J., a minor,
MATTHEW CATES, et al.,
Plaintiffs’ Motion for approval of the compromise of the minor plaintiff T.J.’s claims has
been received and reviewed by this Court, along with any response thereto by Defendants.
Evidence, both written and oral, having been considered, and good cause appearing therefore:
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
Plaintiffs’ Motion is granted.
The Court further orders disbursement of minor Plaintiff T. J.’s $36,500 in settlement
The Court approves the compromise of minor Plaintiff
proceeds as follows:
Payment to Plaintiff Janelle Jones, the guardian ad litem of Plaintiff T.J., minor
T.J.’s net settlement proceeds in the amount of $21,900. Said proceeds are ordered to be used by
the minor’s guardian ad litem for his sole benefit, to pay for necessities, such as housing,
transportation, clothing, and food;
Payment to Tron & Tron, attorneys for the minor Plaintiff T. J., the amount of
$14,600 in attorneys’ fees.
Dated: February 13, 2017
Troy L. Nunley
United States District Judge
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