United States of America v. One Dell Inspiron Computer
ORDER. United States v. One Dell Computer, CV 9-3174 MMC, is related to United States v. Growney, CR 11-195 CRB; reassignment, however, is not warranted. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on October 24, 2011. (mmclc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/24/2011)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
RELATED CASE ORDER
A Joint Notice of Related Case and Administrative Motion to Consider Whether
Cases Should Be Related has been filed stating that the following cases are related
within the meaning of Crim. L.R. 8-1(b):
CV 9-03174 MMC United States v. One Dell Computer (Serial No. 6VHBGD1) and
Visual Depictions on the Hard Drive
CR 11-0195 CRB United States v. Growney
The time for filing a statement to support or oppose the Notice has passed. On
the basis of the material submitted to the Court, as the Judge assigned to the earliest
filed case, I find that the cases:
ARE NOT RELATED as defined by Crim. L.R. 8-1(b).
[ X ] ARE RELATED as defined by Crim. L.R. 8-1(b). I find, however,
that reassignment to me of the action(s) currently assigned to another judge is not
[ ] ARE RELATED as defined by Crim. L.R. 8-1(b). Pursuant to Crim.
L.R. 8-1(e), the Clerk of Court is ordered to reassign the later-filed action to the
undersigned. Counsel are instructed that all future filings are to bear the initials MMC
immediately after the case number. All matters presently scheduled for hearing in the
reassigned case(s) before a district court judge are vacated and must be renoticed for
hearing before the undersigned.
DATED: October 24, 2011
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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