Lloyd G White v. Kamala Harris et al
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|March 16, 2015
MINUTES OF DEFENDANT TAMARA GARVER'S MOTION TO DISMISS 26 Hearing held before Judge Christina A. Snyder. In accordance with the foregoing, Garver's motion to dismiss is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Specifically, the motion is g ranted insofar as it seeks to (1) dismiss plaintiff's claims against Garver in her official capacity; (2) dismiss as timebarred plaintiff's claims based on conduct predating March 10, 2012; and (3) dismiss plaintiff's Eighth Amendment claim. The motion is otherwise denied. Garver shall have until April 16, 2015 to file an answer to the SAC. IT IS SO ORDERED.Court Reporter: Laura Elias. (lom)
|October 20, 2014
MINUTES OF Motion Hearing held before Judge Christina A. Snyder: The Court hereby GRANTS Defendants State of California and Tamara Garver's Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint 12 . This dismissal is without leave to amen d as it relates to the Medical Board, and with leave to amend as it relates to Garver in her personal and official capacities. Plaintiff shall have until 11/20/2014, to file an amended complaint correcting the deficiencies herein. See document for details. Court Reporter: Katherine Stride. (gk)
|May 21, 2014
MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Judge Christina A. Snyder. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that PLAINTIFF show cause in writing not later than June 10, 2014 why this action should not be dismissed for lack of prosecution as to defendants. SEE ORDER. (im)
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