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13-56706 - Alejandro Rodriguez, et al v. David Jennings, et al


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13-56706 - Alejandro Rodriguez, et al v. David Jennings, et al
August 13, 2015
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Filed Order for PUBLICATION (KIM MCLANE WARDLAW, RONALD M. GOULD and SAM E. HADDON)Counsel for Appellants/Cross-Appellees is ordered to show cause why sanctions should not be imposed for the improper oral argument before this Court on July 24, 2015, based on an L.A. Times news article, published July 21, 2015, three days before oral argument in this case, entitled “Suspect was fighting deportation,” the source for which is identified as “federal authorities” and which directly references and quotes from earlier proceedings in this case. Fed. R. App. P. 46(c); Circuit Rule 46-2(a); ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct 3.5.Counsel shall also provide the Court and opposing counsel with copies of the transcripts of the bond hearings for Mr. Keane Dean, including both the preliminary and the Rodriguez hearings, as well as any other bond hearings that may have taken place in Mr. Dean’s immigration proceedings, to which counsel also improperly referred during the July 24, 2015 oral argument. Counsel shall have 28 days from the date of this order to respond by letter brief and to provide the transcripts. IT IS SO ORDERED. [9645494] [13-56706, 13-56755]
October 2, 2015
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Filed Order for PUBLICATION (KIM MCLANE WARDLAW, RONALD M. GOULD and SAM E. HADDON) (See order for full text) [9705009] [13-56706, 13-56755]
October 28, 2015
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FILED OPINION (KIM MCLANE WARDLAW, RONALD M. GOULD and SAM E. HADDON) AFFIRMED IN PART, REVERSED IN PART AND REMANDED. Judge: KMW Authoring. FILED AND ENTERED JUDGMENT. [9735646] [13-56706, 13-56755]
April 12, 2018
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Filed Order for PUBLICATION (KIM MCLANE WARDLAW, RONALD M. GOULD and SAM E. HADDON) The parties are directed to file supplemental briefs addressing the following procedural questions: (SEE ORDER FOR FULL TEXT) The briefing schedule shall proceed as follows: • Petitioners’ supplemental brief shall be due within thirty days of this Order. • Respondents’ supplemental answering brief shall be due within thirty days of service of Petitioners’ supplemental brief. • Amicus briefs may be filed with the Clerk and served upon counsel within fourteen days of filing of Respondents’ supplemental answering brief. • Optional supplemental reply briefs may be filed by Petitioners or Respondents within thirty days of filing of Respondents’ supplemental answering brief. The word limits and cover colors for the briefs should correspond to the provisions of Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 32. An amicus brief may not exceed thirty pages. The Court will schedule oral argument at the close of briefing. IT IS SO ORDERED. [10833809] [13-56706, 13-56755]