Hill v. Ayers
ORDER SCHEDULING FILING OF MOTION FOR COMPETENCY EXAMINATION. Signed by Judge Claudia Wilken on 12/21/09. (scc, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 12/21/2009)
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Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on the computation of time took effect on December 1, 2009. Pursuant to the revised rules, the computation of time periods for purposes of the present order must include intermediate Saturdays and Sundays, as well as Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 6(a).
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA OAKLAND DIVISION
Case Number 4-94-cv-641-CW DEATH-PENALTY CASE ORDER SCHEDULING FILING OF MOTION FOR COMPETENCY EXAMINATION
Robert K. WONG, Acting Warden of San Quentin State Prison,
Good cause appearing therefor, counsel for Petitioner and counsel for Respondent shall meet and confer within seven days after the filing of the present order1 to try to agree to a structure for a competency examination of Petitioner. If counsel
reach an agreement, they shall file a joint statement outlining the agreement within fourteen days after the filing of the
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If counsel are unable to reach an agreement,
Petitioner shall file a motion and proposed order for his preferred structure for the competency examination within fourteen days after the filing of the present order; Respondent shall file any response within seven days after the filing of Petitioner's motion; Petitioner shall file any reply within seven days after the filing of Respondent's brief; the Court will rule on the motion without oral argument unless otherwise ordered. It is so ordered.
December 21, 2009
______________________________ CLAUDIA WILKEN United States District Judge
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