UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
August 30, 2012
MIMIELE GOULATTE, BONNIE RHEA-SCOTT, PLAINTIFFS,
COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE COUNTY PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY JERRY WENGERD, AN INDIVIDUAL; MARIA MARQUEZ, AN INDIVIDUAL; LYNNE BROCKMEIER, AN INDIVIDUAL; HEIDI MARSHALL, AN INDIVIDUAL; CARRIE HARMON, AN INDIVIDUAL; DONNA DHAL, AN INDIVIDUAL; LOURDES KIRKPATRICK, AN INDIVIDUAL; LINDA RAMOS, AN INDIVIDUAL; KRISTIN MILLER, AN INDIVIDUAL;CARMELO ISLAES, AN INDIVIDUAL; LINDA RABOR, AN INDIVIDUAL; FRANK RAMOS, AN INDIVIDUAL; BIL VAN DER POORTEN, AN INDIVIDUAL, DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Dean D. Pregerson United States District Judge
ORDER RE: PLAINTIFFS' EX PARTE APPLICATION TO CONTINUE TRIAL AND DISCOVERY DATES
[Docket Nos. 85, 93]
Presently before the court is Plaintiff Mimielle Goulatte's Ex Parte Application for an Order Continuing Trial and All Discovery Dates ("Application"). Plaintiff Bonnie Rhea-Scott has joined in the Application. Defendants oppose the Application.
To the extent that Plaintiffs seek an extension of the trial date, discovery cut-off date, and other dates set forth by the court at the June 7, 2012 hearing, the Application is granted as follows: all dates shall be continued for sixty (60) days.
However, this Order does not affect the Magistrate Judge's August 2, 2012 Order on Defendants' Motions to Compel and other discovery-related matters. Specifically, this Order does not excuse Plaintiffs from complying with the outstanding discovery requests, discovery due dates, and other requirements set forth by the Magistrate Judge in her Order. Again, Plaintiffs must comply fully with all discovery due dates and the Magistrate Judge's Order.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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