James Smittick v. United States Post Office

Plaintiff: James W Smittick
Defendant: United States Post Office
Case Number: 2:2018cv01993
Filed: March 9, 2018
Court: California Central District Court
Referring Judge: Patrick J. Walsh
Presiding Judge: John F. Walter
Nature of Suit: Other

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 14, 2018 4 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ACTION SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED by Magistrate Judge Patrick J. Walsh. Further, while it does not appear that anything Plaintiff can say or do can cure the defects in his Complaint, recognizing that Plaintiff is proceeding pro se, the Court will allow him an opportunity to explain why the Complaint should not be dismissed with prejudice. Plaintiff has until April 12, 2018, to file his brief. (See document for further details.) (sbou)

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