PLATA v. BROWN

Case No. 01-cv-1351-TEH.

MARCIANO PLATA, et al., Plaintiffs, v. EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., et al., Defendants.

United States District Court, N.D. California.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Cause: 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Nature of Suit: 440 Civil Rights: Other
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Marciano Plata, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office.

Marciano Plata, Plaintiff, represented by Alison Hardy , Prison Law Office, Amy Whelan , National Center for Lesbian Rights, Edward Patrick Sangster , K&L Gates LLP, Ernest James Galvan , Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld LLP, Fred D. Heather , Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis LLP, Jane E. Kahn , Rosen Bien Galvan and Grunfeld LLP, Jeffrey L. Bornstein , Rosen Bien Galvan Grunfeld LLP, Lisa Adrienne Ells , Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld LLP, Lori Rifkin , Hadsell Stormer & Renick LLP, Michael William Bien , Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld LLP, Raymond Edward Loughrey , Law Offices of Raymond E. Loughrey & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Otis Shaw, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Ray Stoderd, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Joseph Long, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Leslie Rhoades, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Gilbert Aviles, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Paul Decasas, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Steven Bautista, and all others similarly situated, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Raymond Johns, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office & Steven Fama , Prison Law Office.

Elijah J. Sandoval, Plaintiff, Pro Se.

Gary Alan Smith, Plaintiff, Pro Se.

Clifford Myelle, Plaintiff, represented by Donald H. Specter , Prison Law Office, Steven Fama , Prison Law Office & Jeffrey L. Bornstein , Rosen Bien Galvan Grunfeld LLP.

Dondi Van Horn, Plaintiff, Pro Se.

Medical Development International, Petitioner, represented by Garrett E. Dillon , Watt Tieder Hoffar & Fitzgerald, L.L.P. & Sara K. Hayden , Watt Tieder Hoffar & Fitzgerald, L.L.P..

California State Con John Chiang, Defendant, represented by Daniel J. Powell , Department of Justice, Attorney General's Office, Jose A. Zelidon-Zepeda , California State Attorney General's Office, Michael James Quinn , California State Attorney General's Office & Paul Brian Mello , Hanson Bridgett LLP.

Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Defendant, represented by Kyle Anthony Lewis , Department of Justice, Patrick R. McKinney , California State Attorney General's Office, Paul Brian Mello , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Thomas Stuart Patterson , California State Attorney General's Offic, Christopher Evan Thomas , Department of Personnel Administration, Jay Craig Russell , Office of the Attorney General, Jerrold Charles Schaefer , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Maneesh Sharma , California State Attorney General's Office, Megan Oliver-Thompson , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Michael James Quinn , California State Attorney General's Office, Samantha D. Wolff , Hanson Bridgett LLP & Walter Raymond Schneider , Hanson Bridgett LLP.

Jeffrey Beard, Secretary, Defendant, represented by Patrick R. McKinney , California State Attorney General's Office, Thomas Stuart Patterson , California State Attorney General's Offic, Jerrold Charles Schaefer , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Paul Brian Mello , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Samantha D. Wolff , Hanson Bridgett LLP & Walter Raymond Schneider , Hanson Bridgett LLP.

Ana Matosantos, Director, Defendant, represented by Patrick R. McKinney , California State Attorney General's Office, Thomas Stuart Patterson , California State Attorney General's Offic, Jerrold Charles Schaefer , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Paul Brian Mello , Hanson Bridgett LLP, Samantha D. Wolff , Hanson Bridgett LLP & Walter Raymond Schneider , Hanson Bridgett LLP.

Jeffrey Beard, Defendant, represented by Maneesh Sharma , California State Attorney General's Office.

Anthony Adams, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Joel Anderson, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Tom Berryhill, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Sam Blakeslee, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Paul Cook,, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Chuck DeVore, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Michael D. Duvall, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Bill Emmerson, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Jean Fuller, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Ted Gaines, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Martin Garrick, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Shirley Horton, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Guy S. Houston, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Bob Huff, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Kevin Jeffries, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Rick Keene, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Doug La Malfa, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Bill Maze, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Roger Niello,, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Sharon Runner, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Jim Silva, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Cameron Smyth, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Todd Spitzer, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Audra Strickland, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Van Tran, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Michael N. Villines, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Mimi Walters, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

San Diego County Sheriff William B. Kolender, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Orange County Sheriff Coroner Michael S. Carona, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Placer County Sheriff Edward N. Bonner, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Butte County Sheriff- Coroner Perry L. Reniff, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Calaveras County Sheriff Dennis Downum, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Benito County Sheriff Curtis Hill, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislus County Sheriff Adam Christianson, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Tehama County Sheriff Clay Parker, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Lassen County Sheriff Steve Warren, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Monks, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Contra Costa County Sheriff Warren Rupf, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislaus County Chief Probation Officer Jerry Powers, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Riverside County Sheriff Bob G. Doyle, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Solano County Sheriff Gary R. Stanton, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

District Attorney ROD PACHECO, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office, William Eugene Mitchell & Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

District Attorney Bonnie M. Dumanis, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell , Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell , Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Jan Scully, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell , Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Christie Stanley, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell , Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Michael Ramos, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Robert Kochly, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney David W. Paulson, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Gregg Cohen, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Todd Riebe, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Bradford Fenocchio, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney John R. Poyner, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Michael Ramsey, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Edward R. Jagels, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Samuel Aanestad, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Roy Ashburn, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

James F. Battin, Jr., Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Dave Cox, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Bob Dutton, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Dennis Hollingsworth, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Abel Maldonado, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

George Runner, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

Mark Wyland, Intervenor Dft, represented by Galit Avitan Knotz , Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Steven Shea Kaufhold , Kaufhold Gaskin LLP & Teresa Wang Ghali , Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.

GREGORY TOTTEN, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Vern Pierson, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Clifford Newell, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Ronald L. Calhoun, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Donald Segerstrom, Intervenor Dft, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

Police Chief Jim Copsey, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Steve Lodge, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Rich Word, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Cary Sullivan, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Mace McIntosh, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Lisa Solomon, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Michael Billdt, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Richard Hawthorne, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Adolpho Gonzales, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Mark DeRosia, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Roy Wasden, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Police Chief Jerry Dyer, Intervenor Dft, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Sonoma County District Attorney Stephan Passalacqua, Intervenor Dft, represented by Joshua A. Myers , Sonoma County Counsel's Office & Carol Lynne Woodward , County Counsel, County of San Mateo.

Sonoma County Chief Probation Office Robert Ochs, Intervenor Dft, represented by Joshua A. Myers , Sonoma County Counsel's Office & Carol Lynne Woodward , County Counsel, County of San Mateo.

Sonoma County Sheriff/Coroner William Cogbill, Intervenor Dft, represented by Joshua A. Myers , Sonoma County Counsel's Office & Carol Lynne Woodward , County Counsel, County of San Mateo.

San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks, Intervenor Dft, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

District Attorney Gerald T. Shea, 3rd party defendant, represented by William Eugene Mitchell & William Charles Hughes , Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

San Diego County Sheriff William B. Kolender, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Orange County Sheriff Coroner Michael S. Carona, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Placer County Sheriff Edward N. Bonner, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Butte County Sheriff- Coroner Perry L. Reniff, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Calaveras County Sheriff Dennis Downum, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Diego County Sheriff William B. Kolender, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Orange County Sheriff Coroner Michael S. Carona, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Placer County Sheriff Edward N. Bonner, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Butte County Sheriff- Coroner Perry L. Reniff, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Calaveras County Sheriff Dennis Downum, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Benito County Sheriff Curtis Hill, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Tehama County Sheriff Clay Parker, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Lassen County Sheriff Steve Warren, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Contra Costa County Sheriff Warren Rupf, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Riverside County Sheriff Bob G. Doyle, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Solano County Sheriff Gary R. Stanton, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Pat Hedges, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Sutter County Sheriff Jim Denney, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Lake County Sheriff Rod Mitchell, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Glenn County Sheriff, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Tuolumne County Sheriff Jim Mele, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Fresno County Sheriff, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Monterey County Sheriff Mike Kanalakis, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Mono County Sheriff Richard Scholl, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Humboldt County Sheriff Gary Philp, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

El Dorado County Sheriff Jeff Neves, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Merced County Sheriff Mark Pazin, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Del Norte County Sheriff Dean Wilson, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Joaquin County Sheriff Steve Moore, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Amador County Sheriff Martin Ryan, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Inyo County Sheriff William Lutze, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislaus County Chief Probation Officer Jerry Powers, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Ventura County Chief Probation Officer Karen Staples, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Solano County Chief Probation Officer Isabelle Voit, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Barbara County Chief Probation Officer Patricia Stewart, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Butte County Chief Probation Officer John Wardell, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Luis Obispo County Chief Probation Officer Kim Barrett, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Contra Costa County Chief Probation Officer Lionel Chatman, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Inyo County Chief Probation Officer Jim Moffett, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Shasta County Chief Probation Officer Brian Richart, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yolo County Chief Probation Officer Don Meyer, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Fresno County Chief Probation Officer Linda Penner, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Mariposa County Chief Probation Officer Gail Neal, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Whittier Police Chief Dave Singer, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Roseville Police Chief Joel Neves, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Pasadena Police Chief Barney Melekian, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Alhambra Police Chief Jim Hudson, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Craig Steckler, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Grover Beach Police Chief Jim Copsey, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Santa Clara Police Chief Steve Lodge, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Vacaville Police Chief Rich Word, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Woodland Police Chief Carey Sullivan, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Sonora Police Chief Mace McIntosh, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of San Bernardino Police Chief Michael Billdt, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Atwater Police Chief Richard Hawthorne, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

National City Police Chief Adolfo Gonzales, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Delano Police Chief Mark DeRosia, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Modesto Police Chief Roy Wasden, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

City of Delano Chief of Corrections George Galaza, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Diego County Sheriff William B. Kolender, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Orange County Sheriff Coroner Michael S. Carona, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Placer County Sheriff Edward N. Bonner, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Butte County Sheriff- Coroner Perry L. Reniff, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Calaveras County Sheriff Dennis Downum, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Benito County Sheriff Curtis Hill, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Tehama County Sheriff Clay Parker, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Lassen County Sheriff Steve Warren, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Contra Costa County Sheriff Warren Rupf, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Riverside County Sheriff Bob G. Doyle, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Solano County Sheriff Gary R. Stanton, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

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Inyo County Sheriff William Lutze, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

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City of Delano Chief of Corrections George Galaza, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

Orange County Sheriff Coroner Michael S. Carona, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

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City of Whittier Police Chief Dave Singer, 3rd party defendant, represented by Kimberly Hall Barlow , Jones & Mayer.

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Public Health Services Bureau, LLC, Real Party In Interest/Third Party Intervenor, Interested Party, represented by Alton G. Burkhalter , Burkhalter Michaels Kessler & George LLP.

California State Personnel Board, Interested Party, represented by Fiel Dizon Tigno , Attorney General for the State of Calif & Miguel Angel Neri , Office of the Attorney General.

Attorney for UAPD Union of American Physicians & Dentists, UAPD, Amicus, represented by Paul More , Davis, Cowell & Bowe.

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Service Employees International Union, Local 1000, Miscellaneous, represented by Brooke D. Pierman , Service Employees International Union.

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County of Sonoma, Sonoma County Sheriff/Coroner William Cogbill, Sonoma County District Attorney, Stephan Passalacqua, and Sonoma County Chief Probation Officer Robert Ochs, Intervenor, represented by Joshua A. Myers , Sonoma County Counsel's Office & Carol Lynne Woodward , County Counsel, County of San Mateo.

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Sheriff Margaret Mims, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

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Sheriff Dean Wilson, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Sheriff Steve Moore, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

SHeriff Martin Ryan, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Sheriff William Lutz, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Chief Probation Off. Karen Staples, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Chief Probation Off. Isabelle Voit, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

Chief Probation Off. Patricia Stewart, Intervenor, represented by Ivy M. Tsai , Jones & Mayer.

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STIPULATION FOR AN AMENDED ORDER AND [PROPOSED ] ORDER WAIVING STATE LAW AS IT PERTAINS TO THE INTRANASAL ADMINISTRATION OF NALOXONE BY LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSES AND PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIANS WORKING IN CDCR INSTITUTIONS

THELTON E. HENDERSON, District Judge.

1. On March 10, 2017, the Court entered a stipulated order (Doc. No. 2929) waiving state law as it pertains to the administration of naloxone1to inmate/patients by licensed vocational nurses ("LVNs") working in institutions under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation ("CDCR").

2. Subsequently, the parties to this stipulation determined that interpretations of existing state law, regulations, policies, and procedures may, in the absence of direction by a physician or registered nurse, prohibit psychiatric technicians ("PTs"), as well as LVNs, from carrying naloxone to the location of a medical emergency, assessing whether a patient requires the administration of the drug and then administering naloxone intranasally to the patient.2

3. Permitting an independent assessment for the administration of naloxone by PTs as well as LVNs, and administration of the drug by PTs and LVNs in a medical emergency will maximize the utility of this drug and result in more rapid response to inmates who are experiencing depression of respiratory function due to an opioid overdose.

4. California Correctional Health Care Services has claimed that failure to do so may result in an impermissible risk of serious harm to California's inmates, in violation of their Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment.

5. The purpose of this stipulation is to amend the March 10 order to reflect the parties' agreement and mutual request that the court issue an order waiving state law and regulations that create an actual or perceived bar to LVNs and PTs (a) administering naloxone to inmate/patients; independently, without physician or registered nurse involvement, assessing the patient; and alone determining the need for administration of naloxone intranasally to inmate/patients and (b) authorizing California Correctional Health Care Services to develop policies and procedures to permit LVNs and PTs to assess the need for administration of naloxone, carry naloxone to site of an emergency and then administer naloxone intranasally, even in the absence of a patient specific prescription from a physician or registered nurse.

6. Specifically, the parties agree and by this stipulation request that the court issue an order waiving the following provisions, only to the extent that they would or may otherwise bar a licensed vocational nurse and/or a psychiatric technician from carrying or administering naloxone to an inmate housed in an institution under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation:

a. California Business and Professions Code, Division 2, Chapter 6.5, Vocational Nursing; b. California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 25, Chapter 1, Vocational Nursing; c. California Business and Professions Code, Division 2, Chapter 10, Psychiatric Technicians; d. California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 25, Chapter 2, Psychiatric Technicians; and, e. California Civil Code § 1714.22(f) (regarding administration of an opioid antagonist (naloxone)).

In addition, the parties request that the Court specifically authorize California Correctional Health Care Services to adopt amended policies and procedures permitting LVNs and PTs independently, without physician or registered nurse involvement, to assess need for administration of naloxone to inmate/patients; to carry naloxone to the site of a medical emergency and then administer naloxone intranasally to inmate/patients.

7. This stipulation may be executed in counterparts and, as so executed, shall constitute one Agreement binding on all Parties. Any signed copy of this stipulation or of any document or agreement referred to herein, or copy or counterpart thereof, delivered by facsimile or email transmission, shall, for all purposes, be deemed an original signed copy notwithstanding that one or more parties' signature appears as a copy or facsimile copy, and such copy or facsimile copy signature(s) shall be binding upon each party in the same manner as though an original signed copy had been delivered.

IT IS SO STIPULATED AND AGREED.

/s/J. Clark Kelso Dated: June 8, 2017 J. CLARK KELSO, Receiver /s/Maneesh Sharma Dated: June 8, 2017 MANEESH SHARMA Deputy Attorney General California Department of Justice Attorney for Defendants /s/Donald Specter Dated: June 8, 2017 DONALD SPECTER, Director Prison Law Office Attorney for Plaintiffs /s/Martin Dodd Dated: June 8, 2017 MARTIN H. DODD FUTTERMAN DUPREE DODD CROLEY MAIER, LLP Attorney for Receiver

Pursuant to Local Rule 5.1. I hereby attest that I have on file all holograph signatures for any signatures indicated by a "conformed" signature (/s/) within this efiled document.

/s/Martin Dodd MARTIN H. DODD

[PROPOSED] ORDER

Pursuant to the foregoing stipulation, supported by the Declaration of Receiver J. Clark Kelso, filed herein on March 8, 2017 (Doc. No. 2928-1) and the Supplemental Declaration of Receiver J. Clark Kelso, simultaneously submitted with the stipulation, the Court finds that the constraints currently imposed by state law on the intranasal administration of naloxone by licensed vocational nurses and psychiatric technicians working under the jurisdiction of CDCR are clearly preventing the Receiver from carrying out his duties prescribed in the Order Appointing Receiver, dated February 14, 2006 and that other alternatives are inadequate. Accordingly, the Court hereby waives the following provisions of state law, but only to the extent that they would otherwise bar a licensed vocational nurse or psychiatric technician working under the jurisdiction of CDCR from independently assessing that an inmate/patient is in need of the administration of naloxone and, in the absence of a patient specific prescription, carrying naloxone to the site of a medical emergency and/or administering naloxone intranasally to an inmate/patient housed in an institution under the jurisdiction of the CDCR:

a) California Business and Professions Code, Division 2, Chapter 6.5, Vocational Nursing; b) California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 25, Chapter 1, Vocational Nursing; c) California Business and Professions Code, Division 2, Chapter 10, Psychiatric Technicians; d) California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 25, Chapter 2, Psychiatric Technicians and, e) California Civil Code § 1714.22(f) (regarding administration of an opioid antagonist (naloxone)).

In addition, California Correctional Health Care Services is hereby authorized to adopt amended policies and procedures to effectuate this order, including specifically to permit licensed vocational nurses and psychiatric technicians independently, without physician or registered nurse involvement, to assess the patient; to carry naloxone to the site of a medical emergency and to administer naloxone intranasally to inmate/patients.

The Court finds that the foregoing relief is necessary to correct the violation of California inmates' Eighth Amendment rights and that the requested relief is narrowly drawn, extends no further than necessary, and is the least intrusive means necessary to correct this violation.

This Order supersedes the order, dated March 10, 2017 (Doc. No. 2929), waiving state law.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

FootNotes


1. Naloxone, also available under the brands of Narcan®, Evzio®, and other trade names, is an opioid antagonist, used to counteract the depression of respiratory function during an opioid overdose.
2. For example, Business and Professions Code section 2860.5 states that a licensed vocational nurse ". . . when directed by a physician and surgeon . . ." may administer medications via hypodermic needle. Similarly, Business and Professions Code section 2859 refers to the practice of vocational nursing as the provision of services ". . . practiced under the direction of a licensed physician, or registered professional nurse . . ." And Business and Professions Code section 4502 (e.g., subsection (b)) states that in part the responsibilities of a psychiatric technician can include ". . . the carrying out of treatments and medications as prescribed by a licensed physician and surgeon or a psychiatrist." These provisions have, in some cases, created the perception that LVNs and PTs would need to receive an order from a physician that naloxone be administered to the particular patient who is experiencing the medical emergency, and that, absent that order, the administration of naloxone by the LVN or PT would be in violation of law.

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