Casterlow-Bey v. Google.com, Inc. et al
ORDER DIRECTING SERVICE signed by Judge Robert J. Bryan. (Copy of this order, Plaintiff's complaint, and the Notice of Lawsuit & Waiver of Summons mailed to Defendants on 9/22/17.) (CMG)(cc mailed to Plaintiff at Pierce County Jail.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
CASE NO. 17-5686 RJB
ORDER DIRECTING SERVICE OF
GOOGLE.COM, INC.; and
This is a case brought by Plaintiff, pro se, who is proceeding in forma pauperis. The
Court hereby orders:
(1) Service by Clerk
The Clerk is directed to send the following to Defendants by U.S. mail at the addresses
provided in the summons filled out by Plaintiff (Dkts. 5 and 5-1): copies of Plaintiff’s
Complaint (Dkt. 4), this Order, the notice of lawsuit and request for waiver of service of
summons, and a waiver of service of summons.
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(2) Response Required
The Defendants shall have thirty (30) days within which to return the enclosed waiver of
service of summons. A defendant who timely returns the signed waiver shall have sixty (60) days
after the date designated on the notice of lawsuit to file and serve an answer to the Complaint or
a motion permitted under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12.
A defendant who fails to timely return the signed waiver will be personally served with a
summons and complaint, and may be required to pay the full costs of such service, pursuant to
Rule 4 (d)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. A defendant who has been personally
served shall file an answer or motion permitted under Rule 12 within thirty (30) days after
IT IS SO ORDERED.
The Clerk is directed to send uncertified copies of this Order to all counsel of record and
to any party appearing pro se at said party’s last known address.
Dated this 21st day of September, 2017.
ROBERT J. BRYAN
United States District Judge
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