Young v. Intel Corporation et al

Filing 14

Motion for Extension of Time. Filed by Matthew Robert Young. (pvh)

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Young v. Intel Corporation et al Doc. 14 FllED"09 MAY 071255usDC.l)<lp I N T H E U N I T E D STATES p I S T R I C T C O U R T F O R T H E STATE O F OREGON ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ,. v. Case No. OX-c\J -Jt..fjUJ - BR MOTION FOR EXTENSION ~Ti::b ~OR.~aeJ\n.oN $ I £\J £ tfoB>t-oo>o<........-- oN , _ OF TIME ) ) ) ) ) - F . R C . P . 6(b)-- -------------) COMES NOW, t1ct\fu~ ~, YQ}.{)9 , a p r i s o n e r n o t r e p r e s e n t e d b y counsel and m o v e s this court for a n order granting a .. .. 4S d.a.y extension o f time whic.h. to file ~~ ~\)"t\ ()\~~\~ fuOO\M-S J This due date would b e extended to the the· ~ , 2~. This is r e q u e s t f o r an extension o f time. This motion is supported b y f a , t \ 0 n 2 L day of ()(.J.O e ~, 2COG . . D a t e d this ~ d a y of.....JML-..O.l::'a'-=lr R e s p e c t i h l l y Submitted, P a g e 1 o f I - M o t i o n for E x t e n s i o n o f T i m e F o r m 39.080 HLED'09 MAY 0712:5,.Cj/jSDc-oRP DECLARATION (ORCP Rule IE) I, ~L.\ Ro'orl VOLMC( ~ do declare that: UJ\~ : I OM. 8>\\\\ \(\ \J1SC\~\\Mt'f ;S~~tq(/l~OO. -\\Y, ~ tD1t±S o~d.e\. X ~<e 10 arJ Can f\O+ COrfl¥ \s \ \ e'+ 0 be Re Jea:cd F-teM dv9- t\v\\ C\[HCn ~oF f7Nrt±heW It. 'I~ 'V. D i d \X)cporcd1.on"\ (j..J Yleve fhb5, W5:e ~ Ol'-cJ-14 '11[11 C'arlS Ol'de\11f\ (Ai\d ptodvle ~QClJclenJ- pJrodlO!) tcrp~b9 r.JJ-h .Jh e %e \illS~ OD ~\rA~~\-\'~ ~\~ett~e\\e\ ·k\.- ~e \~~\~~ Ck s:Y\~~~\~ - t t l . ~LLt. \'e 'M..<; 1 \ 0 1 ~~r \\\5-V ~e~\<v~e ~~s\ \'i"Q\\oC\ \ 0 \ 8(,~J\.\\Of\ 0\- k\Me WCN-l!L "I HEREBY DECLARE THAT THE ABOVE STATEMENT IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF M Y KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, A N D THAT I UNDERSTAND IT IS MADE FOR USE AS EVIDENCE IN COURT AND IS SUBJECT TO PENALTY FOR PERJURY." Dated this Ji-. day of ~ , 20aL. ~l-'~~· 1ii~~~~19~Page 1 o f 1 - D e c l a r a t i o n Print Name: Ma.JMew R",---<; 1l..w...;~~ _ _ Form 04.015

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