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United States v. Montalvo

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

June 28, 2013

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
MICHAEL L. MONTALVO, Defendant.

Mr. Philip A. Ferrari, Esq., Assistant United States Attorney, Counsel for Respondent.

WILLIAM E. BONHAM, ESQ. (SBN), Sacramento, CA, ROBERT M. HOLLEY, ESQ. (SBN 50769), Sacramento, CA, Attorneys for Michael L. Montalvo.

STIPULATION AND (PROPOSED) ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR FILING OF PETITIONER'S REPLY BRIEF

WILLIAM B. SHUBB, District Judge.

STIPULATION

Defense counsel is requesting additional time to investigate myriad of information and issues presented by the government's Responsive Brief, where after a thorough review of this complex history of litigation, additional investigation is needed including the need for further discussions with former trial counsel, Mr. E. Richard Walker, concerning some of the information contained within said brief in order for the Petitioner to prepare its Reply Brief. Mr. Walker has recently been able to discuss the case further after undergoing back surgery where a supplemental declaration to his filed declaration is contemplated. And additional time is needed to prepare and arrange execution thereof. Defense counsel, in their review of the government's brief, have determined that in order to fully inform the Court, the truth as to certain issues raised, additional time is required to locate and interview pertinent historical witnesses/participants in this case.

Therefore, the government has graciously agreed with the petitioner to stipulate to an extension of time within which petitioner may file Petitioner's Reply Brief, from the present due date of July 3, 2013 to a new and different date of Wednesday, August 7, 2013. The balance of the Court's previous order of March 21, 2013, i.e. that upon the filing of the Petitioner's Reply Brief the Court "will take the motion under submission and will inform the parties if oral argument or further proceedings are necessary, " shall remain in full force and effect.

It is so stipulated.

ORDER

GOOD CAUSE APPEARING, IT IS SO ORDERED.


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