Velasquez-Guzman v. Holder et al
STIPULATION AND ORDER vacating Case Management Conference; Signed by Judge Marilyn Hall Patel on 5/3/2010. (awb, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/5/2010)
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LAW OFFICE OF RICCI & SPROULS Attorneys at Law 445 Washington Street San Francisco, California 94111 (415) 391 2100 FAX (415) 391 4678 FRANK P. SPROULS State Bar #166019 Attorney for Petitioner UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Leonardo Velasquez-Guzman Petitioner, v.
JOINT MOTION TO VACATE CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE CMC: 05/10/10 Time: 4:00 CRT,- 15 CV-10 0321 MHP
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ERIC HOLDER, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES AND CHARLES DE MOORE, Acting District Director , San Francisco Office, U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE Respondent.
Counsel for Petitioner has a previously scheduled trip to Mexico that conflicts with the above date. The parties have filed the Joint Case Management Statement and there are no facts or procedures in dispute and the parties have stipulated and agreed that the case can be disposed of through Cross Summary Judgment Motions. The parties therefore would ask the Court to adopt the Case 1 Joint Case Management Statement, Guzman v. Holder, 3:10-cv 00321 MHP
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Management Schedule and to vacate the above date.
/s/_________________ Frank P. Sprouls Attorney for Petitioner /s/_____________ Melanie Proctor Assistant United States Attorney Attorney for Respondents PROPOSED ORDER The Court hereby VACATES the Case Management Conference. , IS SO ORDERED. subject to schedule set by Clerk of Court. Dated: 5/3/2010 IT
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MARILYN HALL PATEL United States District JudgeERED RD
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Joint Case Management Statement, Guzman v. Holder, 3:10-cv 00321 MHP
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