UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Northern District of California San Francisco
April 19, 2012
$127,000 IN U.S. CURRENCY, DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Laurel Beeler United States Magistrate Judge
ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFF'S COURT
[Re: ECF No. 22] ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION FOR 13 EXTENSION OF DEADLINES
On March 29, 2012, Claimant Angelo Salazar filed a motion for summary judgment. Claimant's Motion, ECF No. 15. The parties previously agreed to briefing dates for this motion, and the court set it for hearing on May 24, 2012. Second Stipulation and Order, ECF No. 14. 19 Now, scheduling issues have arisen, and the Government filed an administrative motion for more 20 time to file its opposition to Claimant's motion and to possibly file a cross-motion for summary 21 judgment. Administrative Motion, ECF No. 22. Claimant opposed the Government's administrative 22 motion. Opposition to Administrative Motion, ECF No. 23. 23 Upon consideration of the issue and the parties' concerns, the court finds good cause to adjust 24 the briefing deadlines and the hearing date. The following schedule shall apply: 25 1. The United States may file any opposition to Claimant's summary judgment and/or cross-motion 26 for summary judgment by April 26, 2012. 27 2. Claimant may file any reply in support of his motion for summary judgment or opposition to the 28 Government's cross-motion for summary judgment by May 24, 2012.
1 3. The Government may file any reply in support of its cross-motion for summary judgment by 2 June 7, 2012. 3 4. The hearing on the motion(s) will take place on June 21, 2012. 4 The court appreciates that Claimant suggested (without specifying) that scheduling conflicts 5 might arise if the motion hearing is set in June. If that is true, the parties should meet and confer 6 about dates that work better and then consult with courtroom deputy Lashanda Scott at 415-522-7 3140 about rescheduling the June 21, 2012 hearing date. 8 IT IS SO ORDERED.
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