United States of America v. $30,000.00 In United States Currency
||United States of America
||$30,000.00 In United States Currency
||June 17, 2010
||Guam District Court
||Frances M. Tydingco-Gatewood
||Joaquin V.E. Manibusan
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|September 19, 2012
Order GRANTING 38 Motion of United States to Depose Curtis Van de Veld, Esq.; DENIES as moot 33 Motion for an Order to Show Cause. The Court agrees that the deposition should be limited to inquiries that are likely to reveal jurisdictionally rel evant facts. The United States may therefore inquire into the following: what Van de veld did with the defendant $30,000; whether there are any funds in the same place(s) or account(s) that once held the defendant $30,000; and whether Van de veld has any property derived from and traceable to the defendant $30,000. Should the United States wish to make inquiries beyond those provided for, it may file a request to that effect within five (5) days of the date of this Order describ ing the additional inquiries it wishes to make and justification for making them. (related document(s): 41 Response re Motion of United States to Depose Curtis Van de Veld, Esq.; or Alternatively For an Order in Limine as to the Subject Matter of the Permitted Examination Allowed by Curtis Van De Veld). Signed by Designated Judge David A. Ezra on 09/18/2012 Honolulu, Hawaii. (fad)
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