United States of America v. Gilbert Razo

Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Gilbert Razo
Case Number: 5:2013cv00320
Filed: February 20, 2013
Court: California Central District Court
Referring Judge: Sheri Pym
Presiding Judge: Terry J. Hatter
Nature of Suit: Forfeit/Penalty: Other

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January 6, 2014 13 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER DISMISSING ACTION WITH PREJUDICE by Judge Terry J. Hatter, Jr.: Upon Stipulation for Settlement 12 , IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiff's action is dismissed with prejudice in its entirety. Each party shall bear its own costs of suit and attorney's fees. ( Case Terminated. Made JS-6. ) (gk)

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Plaintiff: United States of America
Represented By: Richard M Park
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