Carbajal v. St. Anthony Central Hospital et al
JUDGMENT by Clerk in favor of Jay (I) Lopez, Larry (I) Black, Michael (I) O'Niell against Dean Carbajal re: 383 Jury Trial - Completed. By Clerk on 8/19/15. (kfinn)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 12-cv-02257-REB-KLM
MICHAEL O’NEILL, Police Officer for the Denver Police Department, in his individual
JAY LOPEZ, Police Officer for the Denver Police Department, in his individual
LARRY BLACK, Police Officer for the Denver Police Department, in his individual
This action was tried before a jury of nine sworn to try the issues herein with the
Honorable Robert E. Blackburn, United States District Judge for the District of Colorado,
presiding. The jury has rendered unanimous verdicts. In accordance with the verdicts of
the jury and the orders filed during pendency of this case, and pursuant to Fed. R. Civ.
P. 58(a), the following Final Judgment is entered.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:
That as prescribed under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 58, judgment
shall enter for the defendants, Michael O’Neill, Jay Lopez, and Larry Black, against the
plaintiff, Dean Carbajal;
That costs shall be taxed and allowed in favor of the defendants as
prescribed under Fed .R. Civ. P.54(d)(1) and D.C.COLO.LCivR 54.1;
That the defendants are granted leave to file by September 1, 2015, their
individual motions or collective motion seeking attorney fees, limited only to reasonable
attorney fees for trial preparation and trial; and
That any motion seeking post-trial relief under a specific statute or rule of
civil procedure shall be initiated, marshaled, and determined in the time and manner
specified in that specific statute or rule and the local civil rules of this court.
DATED at Denver, Colorado, this 19th day of March 2015.
FOR THE COURT:
Jeffrey P. Colwell, Clerk
By: s/Kathleen Finney
APPROVED BY THE COURT:
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