Andujo-Andujo v. Longshore et al
ORDER granting 14 Motion to Extend Temporary Restraining Order. The extant Temporary Restraining Order [# 12 ] filed June 19, 2014, is AMENDED and SUPPLEMENTED. The extant Temporary Restraining Order [#12] SHALL REMAIN in full force and effect. By Judge Robert E. Blackburn on 6/26/2014.(klyon, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge Robert E. Blackburn
Civil Action No. 14-cv-01532-REB
RAUL ARTURO ANDUJO-ANDUJO,
JOHN LONGSHORE, Field Director, Immigration and Customs Enforcement;
JEH JOHNSON, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security;
JOHN MORTON, Director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement; and
ERIC HOLDER, Attorney General, United States of America;
ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO EXTEND
TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER
The matter before me is the Unopposed Motion To Extend Temporary
Restraining Order [#14]1 filed June 25, 2014. The motion is unopposed and is
On June 19, 2014, I entered a Temporary Restraining Order [#12]. That order
requires the respondents to provide the petitioner with a bond hearing within fourteen
(14) days of the date of the order. In his present motion, the petitioner asks that the
fourteen day deadline stated in the Temporary Restraining Order [#12] be extended to
July 22, 2014. As detailed in the motion of the petitioner, logistical issues faced by
counsel for the petitioner and by the immigration court which must conduct the bond
“[#14]” is an example of the convention I use to identify the docket number assigned to a
specific paper by the court’s case management and electronic case filing system (CM/ECF). I use this
convention throughout this order.
hearing necessitate this brief extension.
Under FED. R. CIV. P. 65(b)(2), a temporary restraining order expires no more
than fourteen days after it is entered, “unless before that time the court, for good cause,
extends it for a like period or the adverse party consents to a longer extension.” In this
case, the petitioner has shown good cause for an extension and the respondents
consent to an extension of the extant Temporary Restraining Order [#12] through and
including July 22, 2014. On that basis, I grant the motion.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:
1. That the Unopposed Motion To Extend Temporary Restraining Order
[#14] filed June 25, 2014, is GRANTED;
2. That the extant Temporary Restraining Order [#12] entered June 19, 2014,
SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT through July 22, 2014;
3. That by July 22, 2014, the respondents SHALL PROVIDE the petitioner, Raul
Arturo Andujo-Andujo, with an individualized bond hearing under 8 U.S.C § 1226(a);
4. That by July 23, 2014, the petitioner SHALL FILE with the court a status
report describing the status of this case and whether he intends to seek additional relief
in this case;
5. That the extant Temporary Restraining Order [#12] filed June 19, 2014, is
AMENDED and SUPPLEMENTED to include the provisions stated in this order; and
6. That otherwise, the extant Temporary Restraining Order [#12] filed June 19,
2014, SHALL REMAIN in full force and effect.
Dated June 26, 2014, at Denver, Colorado.
BY THE COURT:
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