United States of America v. Melluzzo et al
||November 2, 2009
||Arizona District Court
||Torts to Land Office
||Mary H Murguia
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||U.S. Government Plaintiff
|Jury Demanded By:
||28:1345 Mining Claim Ejectment
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|May 3, 2010
ORDER signed by Judge Mary H. Murguia on 5/3/10. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED denying Defendants Jennie Cimarelli, Aladino Cimarelli, and the Cimarelli Family Trusts Motion to Appoint Counsel. (Dkt.#31).IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that although Mrs. Cimarelli ma y sign legal papers and appear in court on her own behalf, she may not represent the interests of her husband or The Cimarelli Family Trust, regardless of any power of attorney special or otherwise that Mrs. Cimarelli may hold.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED d enying Mrs. Cimarellis Motion to Continue the Rule 16 Scheduling Conference. (Dkt.#34)IT IS FURTHER ORDERED granting the United States Motion to Strike the Motion to Continue, insofar as the Motion attempts to make an appearance on behalf of Mr. Cima relli and The Cimarelli Family Trust. (Dkt.#35). IT IS FURTHER ORDERED granting the United States Motion to Strike the Answer, insofar as the Answer attempts to make an appearance on behalf of Mr. Cimarelli and The Cimarelli Family Trust. (Dkt.#33). IT IS FURTHER ORDERED moving the Rule 16 Scheduling Conference currently set May 5, 2010 in TIME ONLY from 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED granting leave for Mrs. Cimarelli appear telephonically for the Rule 16 Scheduling Conference.(KSP)
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