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Louie Rosales, An Individual; Jessica Rosales, An Individual v. City of Los Angeles

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


December 14, 2012

LOUIE ROSALES, AN INDIVIDUAL; JESSICA ROSALES, AN INDIVIDUAL, PLAINTIFF,
v.
CITY OF LOS ANGELES, A MUNICIPAL ENTITY; LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT, A DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES; DANIEL GAGILONE AN INDIVIDUAL; CHRISTINA MEJICANOS, AN INDIVIDUAL, DEFENDANTS

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. Michael R. Wilner United States Magistrate Judge

Assigned to: Honorable Dean D. Pregerson Assigned to: Magistrate Michael R. Wilner

DEFENDANT CITY OF LOS ANGELES AND PLAINTIFFS STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER RE OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATION PROTECTIVE ORDER FORCE INVESTIGATION DIVISION REPORTS

After the Plaintiffs LOUIE ROSALES and JESSICA ROSALES, (hereinafter referred to as "Plaintiffs"), by and through their attorneys of record, Philip J. Layfield, Esq. and Jamie Keaton, Esq. of The Layfield Lawfirm, APC and Defendants CITY OF LOS ANGELES, a local public entity (hereinafter referred to as "Defendants"), by and through their attorneys of record, Carmen A. Trutanich, City Attorney, Cory M. Brente, Supervising Assistant City Attorney and Christian R. Bojorquez conferred regarding the Production of the Shooting Investigation in the above-entitled case, IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED between the parties hereto, by their undersigned counsel of record, that the following Protective Order, and its terms shall govern documents and things in this matter:

For purposes of this Order, Confidential Materials include, but are not limited to:

1. Force Investigation Division Investigation Report;

2. Any and all documents, interviews, Officer Statements and/or writings created during the Shooting Investigation, which include, but are not limited to, the following:

A. Force Investigation Division Report

M Interviews;

M Officer Statements; M Legend w/diagram; M Pictures; M Investigative Narrative.

I. TERMS OF THE PROTECTIVE ORDER

A.

1. The Confidential Documentation being provided pursuant to this Protective Order will be accomplished by affixing to such document or writing a legend, such as "Confidential," "Confidential Documents," "Confidential Material Subject to Protective Order" or words of similar effect. The documents and writings so designated, and all information derived therefrom (hereinafter, collectively, "Confidential Information"), shall be treated in accordance with the terms of this stipulation/protective order. The "Confidential" Watermark shall not obscure the writings on the document's legibility and shall not be repeated more than once per page.

2. Confidential Information may be used by the persons receiving such information only for the purpose of this above-captioned litigation

3. Subject to the further conditions imposed by this stipulation/protective order, Confidential Information may be disclosed only to the following persons:

a. Counsel for the parties and to experts, investigators, paralegal assistants, office clerks, secretaries and other such personnel working under their supervision;

b. Such other parties as may be agreed by written stipulation among the parties hereto, or by Court Order.

4. Prior to the disclosure of any Confidential Information to any person described in paragraph 3(a), or 3(b), counsel for the party that has received and seeks to use or disclose such Confidential Information shall first provide any such person with a copy of this protective order, and shall cause him or her to execute the following acknowledgment:

"I understand that I am being given access to Confidential Information pursuant to the foregoing protective order. I have read the stipulation/protective order and agree to be bound by its terms with respect to the handling, use and disclosure of such Confidential Information.

Dated: ___________________/s/ ____________________________"

Once this is completed, Counsel for Plaintiffs will serve a copy of the acknowledgment upon Defendants.

5. Upon the final termination of this federal litigation, including any appeal pertaining thereto, including but not limited to any event wherein the case is ever remanded to State Court, all Force Investigation Division (FID Report(s), materials, as well as any other Court Ordered Documents provided pursuant to this Protective Order and all copies thereof shall be returned to the Offices of the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, 6th Floor, City Hall East, Los Angeles, California 90012 for destruction/shredding. All Confidential documentation provided to any person or party, pursuant to any provision hereof, also shall be returned to the City Attorney's Office.

6. If any party who receives Confidential Information receives a subpoena and/or public record request seeking Confidential Information, he, she or it shall immediately give written notice to counsel for defendants, identifying the Confidential Information sought and the time in which production or other disclosure is required, and shall object to the request or subpoena on the grounds of this stipulation/protective order so as to afford defendants an opportunity to obtain an order barring production or other disclosure, or to otherwise respond to the subpoena or other request for production or disclosure of Confidential Material. However, in no event should production or disclosure be made without written approval by defendants' counsel unless required by Court Order arising from a motion to compel production or disclosure of Confidential Information.

7. Any pleadings, motions, briefs, declarations, stipulations, exhibits or other written submissions to the Court in this litigation which contain, reflect, incorporate or refer to Confidential Information, it shall be the party seeking to use such information burden to first request the sealing of such documents pursuant to Local Rule 79-5.1.

8. Counsel for the parties hereto agree to request that in the event any motions, applications or other pre-trial proceedings which could entail the discussion or disclosure of Confidential Information, that such a Party will first seek special permission from the Court to hear such information outside the presence of the jury. Counsel for the parties further agree that, during any portion of the trial of this action which could entail the discussion or disclosure of Confidential Information, that Defendants will have an opportunity to make a special request to the Court that access to the courtroom be limited to parties, their counsel and other designated representative, experts or consultants who agreed to be bound by this stipulation/protective order, and court personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . .

9. Nothing herein shall prejudice any party's rights to object to the introduction of any Confidential Information into evidence, on grounds including but not limited to relevance and privilege.

IT IS SO STIPULATED:

Dated: October ____, 2012 CARMEN A. TRUTANICH, City Attorney By_________________________________________ CHRISTIAN R. BOJORQUEZ, Deputy City Attorney Attorneys for Defendants City of Los Angeles Dated: October ____, 2012 THEY LAYFIELD LAW FIRM, APC By: Attorneys for Plaintiffs

As to the above-listed Terms of the Stipulated Protective Order, IT IS SO ORDERED:

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