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Walker v. Moody

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


February 11, 2010

MICHAEL WALKER PLAINTIFF,
v.
STEVEN MOODY AND ROBERT PULIDO, DEFENDANTS.

JUDGMENT ON VERDICT

On February 2,2010, the foregoing matter was called for trial in Courtroom 827-B of the United States District Court for the Central District of Califomia, Magistrate Judge Patrick J. Walsh, Presiding. The parties answered ready for trial. A panel of eight jurors was called and sworn.

The cases was tried to the jury on February 3,4,5, and 8 and 9, and the case was then submitted to the jury for deliberation.

On February 11,2010, the jury returned a unanimous verdict as follows:

Question No.1:

Did defendant Steven Moody violated plaintiffMichael Walker's constitutional rights by withholding or concealing evidence that tended to show that plaintiff was innocent of the criminal charges against him?

Yes X No

Please answer the next question.

Question No.2:

Did defendant Robert Pulido violate plaintiff Michael Walker's constitutional rights by withholding or concealing evidence that tended to show that plaintiff was innocent of the criminal charges against him?

Yes X No

Please answer the next question.

Question No.3:

Did defendant Steven Moody violate plaintiffMichael Walker's constitutional rights by causing him to be maliciously prosecuted?

Yes No X

Please answer the next question.

Question No.4:

Did defendant Robert Pulido violate plaintiff Michael Walker's constitutional rights by causing him to be maliciously prosecuted?

Yes No X

If you answered all the foregoing questions "No," thepresidingjuror should date and sign this form. If you answered anyone ofthe foregoing questions ~~Yes," please answer the following question.

Question No.5

We award plaintiff compensatory damages in the sum of:

$106,000.00

If you answered Question No. 1 and/or Question No.3 "Yes," please answer

Question No.6.

If you answered Question No.2 and/or Question No.4 "Yes," please answer

Question No.7. Question No.6

We assess punitive damages against defendant Steven Moody in the amount set forth below, or we have left the line blank if we determined that no punitive damages should be assessed:

11$_

Question No.7

We assess punitive damages against defendant Robert Pulido in the amount set forth below, or we have left the line blank if we determined that no punitive damages should be assessed:

0 $_

The presiding juror should date and sign this fonn.

ORDER

Therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, DECREED AND ADJUDGED that judgment be entered in favor ofplaintiffMichael Walker, in accordance with thejury's verdict, in the sum of$1 06,000.00, plus interest accrued, and against defendants Steven Moody and Robert Pulido; and that plaintiff Michael Walker, as the prevailing party in accordance with the jury's verdict, this 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action, may be entitled to recover his attorneys' fees and costs reasonably incurred in prosecuting this action in accordance with 42 U.S.C. § 1988, and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the U.S. Central District Local Rules.

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