Arredondo v. City of San Marcos et al

Filing 51

ORDER GRANTING IN PART 27 Motion to Extend Scheduling Order Deadlines; DENYING 27 Motion to Stay Case. Signed by Judge Dustin M. Howell. (dm)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS AUSTIN DIVISION DEREK ARREDONDO, Plaintiff v. CITY OF SAN MARCOS, BOB KLETT, BERT LUMBRERAS, SAN MARCOS CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS, HAYS COUNTY, GARY CUTLER, SAN MARCOS DOE OFFICERS, HAYS COUNTY DOE OFFICERS, Defendants § § § § § § § § § § § § § No. 1:22-CV-00684-DAE ORDER Before the Court is Plaintiff’s Motion to Stay Case Pending Resolution of Criminal Case or in the Alternative Motion to Extend Scheduling Order Deadlines, Dkt. 27. The District Judge referred the motion to the undersigned for disposition. The Court set the motion for hearing, Dkt. 45, and after considering the parties’ filings, the applicable law, and the parties’ arguments at that hearing, the Court announced its ruling on the motion, and the reasons for it, on the record. This written order memorializes that ruling. The Court GRANTS IN PART and DENIES IN PART Plaintiff’s motion, Dkt. 27. In particular, the Court DENIES Plaintiff’s motion for a stay of the proceedings pending resolution of his yet-to-be-filed habeas action. And the Court GRANTS IN PART Plaintiff’s motion to extend scheduling order deadlines, as set out below. The Court DENIES all other requested relief. 1 The Court ORDERS Defendants to produce, within 30 days of today’s order, any documents or recordings addressed in section B of their respective Initial Disclosures (see Dkt. 48-1, at 13, 27). The Court FURTHER ORDERS that, within 14 days of both Defendants’ having completed the above-ordered production, Plaintiff may supplement his summary-judgment responses to address any arguments based on the production ordered here. Plaintiff’s supplements, if any, shall be limited to 5 pages. Defendants may supplement their reply briefs to address Plaintiff’s supplemental response arguments within 7 days of Plaintiff’s supplemental responses being filed, and the supplemental reply briefs will likewise be limited to 5 pages. SIGNED June 3, 2024. DUSTIN M. HOWELL UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE 2

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