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Michael Angelo Morales, Albert G. Brown v. Matthew Cate

November 3, 2011

MICHAEL ANGELO MORALES, ALBERT G. BROWN,
PLAINTIFFS,
v.
MATTHEW CATE, SECRETARY OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, ET AL.,
DEFENDANTS. PACIFIC NEWS SERVICE,
PLAINTIFF
v.
MATTHEW CATE, SECRETARY OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, ET AL.,
DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Honorable Richard Seeborg United States District Judge

*E-Filed 11/3/11*

David A. Senior (# 108579) MCBREEN & SENIOR 2 2029 Century Park East, Third Floor Los Angeles, CA 90067 3 Phone: (310) 552-5300 Fax: (310) 552-1205 4 dsenior@mcbreensenior.com 5 John R. Grele (# 167080) LAW OFFICES OF JOHN R. GRELE 6 149 Natoma Street, Third Floor San Francisco, CA 94105 7 Phone: (415) 348-9300 8 Fax: (415) 348-0364 jgrele@earthlink.net 9 Richard P. Steinken (admitted pro hac vice) JENNER & BLOCK LLP 10 353 N. Clark Street 11 Chicago, IL 60654-3456 Phone: 312-222-9350 12 Fax: 312-527-0484 rsteinken@jenner.com 13 Attorneys for Plaintiffs 14 ALBERT G. BROWN and MICHAEL A. MORALES 15 16

JOINT PROPOSED SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETING DISCOVERY; [PROPOSED] ORDER; GENERAL ORDER 45 ATTESTATION

3 and Pacific News Service and Defendants Matthew Cate, Secretary of the California 4

Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Warden (Acting) Michael Martel, San 5

Quentin State Prison, and Governor Edmund G. Brown, submit the following joint 6 7 proposal for further scheduling in these consolidated actions:

Acting Warden Michael Martel at San Quentin State Prison determined that he 9 needed until October 17, 2011 to select a new execution team. Notice re: Selection of 10

New Execution Team and Alternates, Oct. 5, 2011, at 2 (ECF No. 529). A new execution 11 team has now been selected. 12 13

document requests propounded by Plaintiff Brown, initial responses to discovery 15 propounded by Pacific News Service, documents, a privilege log, and a supporting 16 declaration. On August 5, 2011 Defendants served additional documents and a privilege 17 log. Plaintiffs contend that the assertion of objections and privilege logs does not comply 18 19 with the Court's previous order for "[d]efendants to produce the requested documents and

information and to answer the interrogatories." Order, Mar. 9, 2011, at 5 (ECF No. 513); 21 see also id. at 2 n.1 ("grant[ing] Plaintiffs the same relief they would seek with [] motions 22 to compel."). Defendants contend that the Court's order merely resolved their motion for 23 a protective order regarding the permissible scope of discovery, and disagree with 24 25

responses fail to comply with this order. The Court further ordered the parties to "resolve 27 any further disputes amicably without bringing them to the Court." Id. at 6. Plaintiffs 28

PROPOSED SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETING DISCOVERY

Plaintiffs Albert G. Brown, Stevie Fields, Michael A. Morales, Mitchell Sims,

On July 15, Defendants served supplemental responses to ...


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