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Hoxey v. County of Los Angeles

January 19, 2010

ERICK HOXEY, AN INDIVIDUAL, AND SHATWAN SMITH, AN INDIVIDUAL, PLAINTIFFS,
v.
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, A GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY; SAMUEL OROZCO, AN INDIVIDUAL; SCOTT GILES, AN INDIVIDUAL; ROBERT DEAN, AN INDIVIDUAL; SARANYA KLINKALONG, AN INDIVIDUAL; JAETON WILSON, AN INDIVIDUAL; IGNACIO GARCIA, AN INDIVIDUAL; FERNANDO GONZALEZ, AN INDIVIDUAL; ANTHONY WILLIS, AN INDIVIDUAL; JOHN WERNER, AN INDIVIDUAL; CONNIE DELGADO, AN INDIVIDUAL, AND DOES 1 TO 10, DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge Honorable Dale S. Fischer

Action Filed: February 26, 2009

Courtroom 840 - ROYBAL

Trial Date: May 4, 2010

Pursuant to stipulation by the parties, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:

NOTE CHANGES MADE BY THE COURT ORDER ON STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER GOVERNING DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL PERSONNEL AND OTHER RECORDS

1. Under no circumstances shall confidential information, including but not limited to financial information and information which may be contained in a peace officer's personnel file, be used in any proceeding other than the instant case or be disseminated, in any form, except by court order.

2. Under no circumstances shall confidential information either orally, or by written form, be inputted into any computer program or data base or listed manually in any manual, notebook or other listing as it pertains to law enforcement personnel. This does not apply to any computer program or case file maintained specifically as to this civil action.

3. Disclosure of confidential information shall be limited to the personnel and/or classification of persons listed below:

a) Counsel for any party to this action;

b) Staff personnel employed by counsel for any party;

c) The court and its personnel;

d) Experts or consultants retained to work on this case by counsel for any party; and

e) Investigators retained by counsel for any party to this case as indicated above.

4. Plaintiffs' counsel shall not provide to the plaintiffs, either orally or in writing, the addresses and telephone numbers the persons identified within the confidential information, but may discuss the information obtained from ...


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