Archuleta v. Moya et al
ORDER by District Judge Judith C. Herrera adopting 37 Report and Recommendations granting 31 Joint Motion to Approve Settlement (baw)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
D. THOMAS ARCHULETA et al.,
Civ. No. 16-801 JCH/KK
ERIC MONTOYA et al.,
ORDER ADOPTING PROPOSED FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on the Magistrate Judge’s Proposed Findings
and Recommended Disposition (Doc. 37) (“PFRD”), filed January 31, 2017, regarding the
parties’ Joint Motion to Approve Minor Settlement (Doc. 31), filed December 29, 2016. The
Magistrate Judge proposed to find that the parties’ proposed settlement of the minor Plaintiffs’
claims is fair and reasonable, and recommended that the settlement be approved. No party has
objected to the PFRD, and the time for doing so has expired. Failure to timely object to a
magistrate judge’s proposed findings and recommended disposition waives appellate review of
both factual and legal issues. United States v. One Parcel of Real Property, 73 F.3d 1057, 1059
(10th Cir. 1996).
Upon reviewing the record, I concur with the Magistrate Judge’s proposed findings and
recommendations. I therefore: (1) ADOPT the Guardian ad Litem’s Report pertaining to
Proposed Settlement for D.A., a Minor, and D.A., a Minor (Doc. 30) (“GAL’s Report”), filed
December 27, 2016, and the Magistrate Judge’s PFRD (Doc. 37); (2) FIND that the proposed
settlement involving minors is fair and reasonable; (3) GRANT the parties’ Joint Motion to
Approve Minor Settlement (Doc. 31); (4) APPROVE the settlement of the minor Plaintiffs’
claims as described in the GAL’s Report and the PFRD; and, (5) RELEASE the Guardian ad
Litem from his duties in this case.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
HONORABLE JUDITH C. HERRERA
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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