IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
August 13, 2009
DON ROSE, PLAINTIFF,
SAMUEL ABRAHAM, BELLA ROBLES CORPORATION, INC., STEVEN DUCE, RICHARD WYNN, AND BANK OF THE SIERRA, DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Sandra M. Snyder United States Magistrate Judge
ORDER ON APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO DEPOSE PRISONER
The Court, after reviewing the Application by Plaintiff DON ROSE and considering the grounds therefore, does hereby grant leave to Plaintiff DON ROSE as requested, as follows:
WHEREAS, SAMUEL ABRAHAM is currently an inmate at Federal Correction Institution, Morgantown, in Morgantown, West Virginia; and,
WHEREAS, Plaintiff DON ROSE has shown good cause for taking the deposition of Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM in the above-captioned matter; and, 27
WHEREAS, Plaintiff DON ROSE has made an adequate showing that Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM has percipient knowledge of the events that gave rise to the above-captioned matter and the persons involved therein; and,
WHEREAS, Plaintiff DON ROSE must secure this Court's Leave to take the deposition testimony of Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM; and,
WHEREAS, the taking of deposition testimony from a federal inmate at Federal Correction Institution, Morgantown, is coordinated, scheduled, and managed by the Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic Regional Office;
WHEREFORE, be it known by these presents that this Court ADJUDGES, DECREES, and ORDERS that:
1. Plaintiff DON ROSE has this Court's Leave to take the deposition testimony of Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM upon notice to Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM pursuant to Rule 30 of the Federal Rules of Civil procedure; and,
2. Prior thereto, Plaintiff DON ROSE shall give notice of this Order to the Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic Regional Office and shall coordinate with said Regional Office so that the taking of the deposition testimony of Inmate SAMUEL ABRAHAM shall be set and noticed for a time and place that will minimize disruptions to the orderly operations of Federal Correction Institution, Morgantown.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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