ESPINOZA-VERMILLION v. CITY OF ONTARIO

No. 5:17-CV-00350-CBM-SP.

KAREN ESPINOZA-VERMILLION, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF ONTARIO, ET AL., Defendants.

United States District Court, C.D. California.

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


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Karen Espinoza-Vermillion, Plaintiff, represented by Erica Lynn Madrid , Madrid Law Firm APLC.

Karen Espinoza-Vermillion, Plaintiff, represented by Eduardo M. Madrid , Madrid Law Firm APC.

City of Ontario, Defendant, represented by Dennis M. Cota , Cota Cole and Huber LLP, Ronald J. Scholar , Cota Cole & Huber LLP & Daniel S. Roberts , Cota Cole and Huber LLP.

Ontario Police Department, Defendant, represented by Dennis M. Cota , Cota Cole and Huber LLP & Ronald J. Scholar , Cota Cole & Huber LLP.

Ontario Police Officer Arriola, Defendant, represented by Dennis M. Cota , Cota Cole and Huber LLP, Ronald J. Scholar , Cota Cole & Huber LLP & Daniel S. Roberts , Cota Cole and Huber LLP.

Detective Dave Navarro, Defendant, represented by Elizabeth G. O'Donnell , CAAG - Office of Attorney General.


PROTECTIVE ORDER

SHERI PYM, Magistrate Judge.

The parties have executed and filed with the Court on August 3, 2017, a Stipulated Protective Order, the subject matter of which is:

any documents filed under seal with the San Bernardino County Superior Court in connection with the search and arrest warrants sought and issued in February 2015, bearing the reference RASW150204, or any records issued in connection with the investigation referenced in that matter which reveal the methods or means of investigation, sources of information or informants, and/or personal information of investigators or those people or properties identified, suspects, and persons/places of interest identified in the criminal matter, including but not limited to the portions of the Arrest Warrant, Search Warrant, Statement of Experience and Declaration and Request for Order to Seal Records containing such information and the entire "Probable Cause" statement, whether redacted or un-redacted, filed in connection with the application for and issuance of the arrest and search warrant, the criminal matter resulting from the warrants, searches or arrests, and any cases or filings associated with them.

The Court hereby adopts the terms of the Stipulation and deems them to be an order of the Court.

IT IS SO ORDERED.


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