USA v. Quinn

Filing 19

STIPULATION AND ORDER OF CONTINUING GARNISHMENT. Signed by Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler on 2/6/2013. (ls, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 2/6/2013)

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1 MICHAEL COSENTINO, State Bar No. 83253 Attorney at Law P.O. Box 129 Alameda, CA 94501 Telephone: (510) 523-4702 Facsimile: (510) 747-1640 2 3 4 Attorney for Plaintiff United States of America 5 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 1 l2 l3 1 FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CAI-IFORNIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1 I NO. C98-03887 M Plaintiff. v. STIPULATED ORDER OF CONTINUING GARNISHMENT Pamela R. Quinn aka Pamela Lanford, Defendant, and Emeritus Corporation, Garnishee. 1 IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED by and between Judgment Creditor, United States of 22 23 24 I 1 America, and Judgment Debtor, Pamela R. Quinn aka Pamela Lanford, that garnishee, Emeritus Corporation, withhold $100.00 each month from Judgment Debtor's non-exempt disposable income, commencing with the January, 2013, pay period, until the entire current 25 judgment principal, last compounded on February 01, 2013, in the amount of $6,179.61, 26 (original judgment in the amount of $3,309.02 entered December 14. 1998) plus interest 27 compounded annuallypursuantto 11 USC ยง1961(b) at the rateof 4.616 % perannum on said 28 I current judgment principal, for total interest through and including February 01, 2013, in the STIPULATED GARNISHMENT ORDER, US v. Quinn , CAN0 # C98-03887 M 1 i 1 amount of $38.26, for a total due of principal, interest, costs and attorney fees as of Februar 2 01,2013, in the amount of $6,243.87, has been paid in full or until the garnishee no longer ha: 3 custody, possession or control of any property belonging to the debtor or until further Orde 4 of this court. 5 IT IS HEREBY FURTHER STIPULATED that Emeritus Corporation, Garnishee 6 immediately remit to the United States Department of Justice the above mentioned payment: 7 as and for the month of January 2013, and as and for each month thereafter. 8 IT IS HEREBY FURTHER STIPULATED that said payments be made payable to the S U.S. Department of Justice, and be mailed to the Department of Justice-NCIF, P.O. Bo) 3 790363, St. Louis, MO 63179-0363, referencing thejudgment debtor's name and CDCS Clairr I number 1998B11937 on each check for posting purposes. 2 IT IS HEREBY FURTHER STIPCILATED that judgment debtor, upon request by mai 3 from judgment creditor to judgment debtor, shall submit a financial statement to judgmeni t creditor annually, the form of which shall be mailed to judgment debtor by judgment creditor. IT IS HEREBY FURTHER STIPULATED that in accordance with the provisions of Title ) i 28 U.S.C. Section 636(c) the parties hereby voluntarily waive their rights to proceed before a judge of the United States District Court and consent to have a United States magistrate judge 7 I conduct any and all further proceedings in the case. It is understood that any appeal from an order entered by a magistrate judge will be taken directly to the Ninth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals in the same manner as an appeal from any other judgment of a ) District Court. By her signature hereafter, Pamela R. Quinn aka Pamela Lanford acknowledges that she has read, understands and waives all of her rights under the CLERK'S NOTICE OF . POST-JUDGMENT GARNISHMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS TO DEFENDANT; REQUEST FOR HEARING FORM; OBJECTION TO GARNISHEE'S ANSWER AND REQUEST FOR HEARING FORM; NOTICE ON HOW TO CLAIM EXEMPTION; CLAIM FOR EXEMPTION 8 FORM and the WRlT OF CONTINUING GARNISHMENT and the APPLICATION FOR WRlT OF CONTINUING GARNISHMENT in exchange for the herein 1 STIPULATED GARNISHMENT ORDER, US v. Quinn, CAND # C98~03887 M 2 payment stipulation. Dated: February 01,2013 Dated: February 01,201 3 - I/ M.chael Cosentino, Counsel for United States Pamela R. Quinn aka Pamela Lanford I IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated:February 6, 2013 2 - 4- ~ 0 1 3 UIdITED.STATES MAGISTRATE JUD,GE . . . .. . . STIPULATED GARNISHMENT ORDER, US v. 3uinn, CAND # C98-03887M ~- ~p ... . . ....

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