Gregoire v. County of Sacramento et al
ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 9/17/14 GRANTING 30 Motion for Relief. Defendants' designation of expert witnesses is timely. (Manzer, C)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO,
SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT; COUNTY
OF SACRAMENTO; SHERIFF SCOTT
JONES, in his official capacity; DEPUTY
ANTHONY JENKINS, in his individual
ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT’S
MOTION FOR RELIEF AND TO DEEM
DEFENDANTS’ DESIGNATION OF
EXPERT WITNESSES AS TIMELY
This matter is before the Court pursuant to Defendants County of Sacramento, Sheriff’s
Department; County of Sacramento; Sheriff Scott Jones; and Deputy Anthony Jenkins’s
(collectively “Defendants”) Motion for Relief and to Deem Defendants’ Designation of Expert
Witnesses as Timely. (ECF No. 30). The Court finds that no prejudice occurred in Defendants’
failure to file their designation with the Court by the August 1, 2014, deadline because the
designation was provided to Plaintiff by the required date. The Court hereby grants Defendants’
request for relief from this requirement of the Scheduling Order and deems that Defendants’
designation of expert witnesses is timely.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: September 17, 2014
Troy L. Nunley
United States District Judge
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