May v. San Mateo County et al
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|May 26, 2017
ORDER by Judge Laurel Beeler. The court adopts the attached Final Pretrial Order. The attached order disposes of the parties' motions in limine. The disposition of those motions in the attached order controls over the summary of the holdi ngs in this docket entry. The attached order grants in part and denies in part 86 Motion in Limine; grants in part and denies in part 88 Motion in Limine; denies 89 Motion in Limine; grants 90 Motion in Limine; grants in part and denie s in part 91 Motion in Limine; grants 94 Motion in Limine; denies 95 Motion in Limine; denies 96 Motion in Limine; denies 97 Motion in Limine; grants in part and denies in part 98 Motion in Limine; grants in part and denies in part 99 Motion in Limine; grants 100 Motion in Limine; denies 101 Motion in Limine; grants 102 Motion in Limine; grants in part and denies in part [105-1] Motion in Limine. (lblc3S, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/26/2017)
|May 9, 2017
ORDER granting [ECF 79] Motion for Reconsideration. The court vacates its earlier partial summary judgment in the defendants' favor holding that Deputy Laughlin had probable cause to arrest Mr. May for commercial burglary. The court cannot de cide this issue as a matter of law in any party's favor. The court's previous order --- that Deputy Laughlin has qualified immunity from the false-arrest claim --- stands. Signed by Judge Laurel Beeler on 5/9/2017. (lblc3S, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/9/2017)
|April 15, 2017
ORDER denying 60 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; granting in part and denying in part 62 Motion for Summary Judgment; finding as moot 70 Motion to Bifurcate. The court grants the defendants summary judgment on and dismisses with p rejudice the false-arrest claim. The court denies the motion for summary judgment on the excessive-force claim as it relates to Deputy Laughlin, including on the related qualified-immunity defense. The court grants summary judgment to Deputy Michel o n the excessive-force claim. The court dismisses the Monell claim with prejudice. The court denies the plaintiff's motion for summary judgment on the Bane Act, false-arrest, and associated vicarious-liability claims under California law. In light of the court's ruling on the Monell claim, the court denies the motion to bifurcate as moot.(Beeler, Laurel) (Filed on 4/15/2017)
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