Smith v. United State Postal Service

Plaintiff: Karl Smith
Defendant: United States Postal Service
Case Number: 3:2007cv01964
Filed: October 10, 2007
Court: California Southern District Court
Office: San Diego Office
County: San Diego
Presiding Judge: Irma E. Gonzalez
Referring Judge: Nita L. Stormes
Nature of Suit: Real Property: Other
Cause of Action: 05:552 Right to Privacy Act
Jury Demanded By: None

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October 17, 2007 6 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER Granting Motion for IFP and Dismissing Case. Court grants Pla's 2 Motion for IFP and dismisses Pla's Complaint under 28 USC 1915(a)(1). Pla may file an Amended Complaint w/in 45 days of the filing this Order. Pla's motion for appointment of counsel is denied. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 10/17/2007. (jah)

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