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16-1742 - Bonilla et al. v. California Highway Patrol, et al.


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16-1742 - Bonilla et al. v. California Highway Patrol, et al.
December 21, 2016
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MINUTES for proceedings before District Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi on 12/20/16. Status (Pretrial Scheduling) Conference set for 1/18/2017 at 10:00 AM is VACATED.(Mena-Sanchez, L)
January 9, 2017
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ORDER signed by District Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi on 1/6/17 ORDERING that the Highway Patrol's MOTION to Dismiss Complaint, filed 8/1/16, is HEREBY GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART. The Motion is GRANTED insofar as Plaintiffs' claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II are HEREBY DISMISSED, and their claim against the Highway Patrol in Count IV is HEREBY DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Motion is DENIED insofar as the dismissal of Plaintiff claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II are WITHOUT PREJUDICE, and the Motion is DENIED as to PlaintiffS' claim against the Highway Patrol in Count III. This Court GRANTS Plaintiffs leave to file an amended complaint to address the defects in their claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II. Plaintiffs do no have leave to make any other amendments to the Complaint. Plaintiffs shall file their amended complaint by 2/17/17. (Mena-Sanchez, L)
January 17, 2017
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AMENDED ORDER signed by District Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi on 1/17/2017 GRANTING IN PART and DENYING IN PART California Highway Patrol's 7 Motion to Dismiss Complaint. The Motion is GRANTED insofar as Plaintiffs' claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II are HEREBY DISMISSED, and their claim against the Highway Patrol in Count IV is HEREBY DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Motion is DENIED insofar as the dismissal of Plaintiffs' claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II are WITHOUT PREJUDICE, and the Motion is DENIED as to Plaintiffs' claim against the Highway Patrol in Count III. This Court GRANTS Plaintiffs leave to file an amended complaint to address the defects in their claims against the Highway Patrol in Counts I and II. Plaintiffs do no have leave to make any other amendments to the Complaint. Plaintiffs shall file their amended complaint by 2/17/2017. (Jackson, T)
February 17, 2017
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STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi on 2/16/2017 ORDERING that Plaintiffs are GRANTED a thirty (30) day continuance to file an amended complaint consistent with the Court's 1/17/2017 order. The amended complaint shall be filed no later than 3/16/2017. (Zignago, K.)