WEISS v. CITY OF SANTA ROSA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Case No. 4:15-cv-01639-YGR (KAW).

TERRY L WEISS, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF SANTA ROSA POLICE DEPARTMENT, et al., Defendants.

United States District Court, N.D. California.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 28 U.S.C. § 1441
Cause: 28 U.S.C. § 1441 Petition for Removal - Civil Rights Act
Nature of Suit: 440 Civil Rights: Other
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Terry L Weiss, Plaintiff, Pro Se.

City of Santa Rosa Police Department, Defendant, represented by Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa & John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office.

Tom Schwedhelm, Defendant, represented by Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa & John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office.

John Deadman, Defendant, represented by Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa & John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office.

Kaiden Kemp, Defendant, represented by Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa & John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office.

Andrew Romero, Defendant, represented by Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa & John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office.

Patrick C. Gillette, Defendant, represented by John Jeffrey Fritsch , City Attorney's Office & Teresa Lynn Stricker , City of Santa Rosa.


ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE TO PLAINTIFF TERRY L. WEISS

Re: Dkt. No. 99

KANDIS A. WESTMORE, Magistrate Judge.

On March 7, 2017, Defendants filed a discovery letter seeking an order requiring Plaintiff Terry L. Weiss to attend her videographed deposition and to pay the $936.25 in expenses incurred when she failed to appear at the February 28, 2017 deposition. (Defs.' Letter, Dkt. No. 99 at 1-2.) Prior to filing the letter, Defendants emailed it to Plaintiff in an attempt to comply with the undersigned's standing order that discovery letters be jointly submitted, but Plaintiff did not respond. (Defs.' Letter at 3, Ex. C.) To date, Plaintiff has not filed a response.

Accordingly, Plaintiff is ordered to show cause by March 31, 2017 why she did not participate in the filing of the discovery letter. Also by March 31, 2017, Plaintiff shall file a response to the letter to address why she did not appear at her February 28, 2017, and her positions pertaining to the relief requested. These shall be filed as separate documents. Plaintiff is advised that the failure to file an opposition shall constitute consent to the granting of Defendants' requested relief, including sanctions to reimburse the costs incurred due to Plaintiff's prior nonappearance. (See Judge Westmore's Standing Order ¶ 22.)

IT IS SO ORDERED.


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