United States of America v. 1309 Fourth Street, La Grand, Union County, State and District of Oregon
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|February 17, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER. Based on the foregoing, the government's motion for summary judgment 22 is GRANTED. It is FURTHER ORDERED that Claimant may file a petition by April 2, 2015, demonstrating that the forfeiture of the property is excessive. The government shall file a response by April 16, 2015. Claimant may file a reply by April 30, 2015, at which time the petition shall be taken under advisement. IT IS SO ORDERED. Signed on 02/17/2015 by Judge Malcolm F. Marsh. (pvh)
|April 16, 2013
ORDER. Claimant Kathy Lepper moves the court to dismiss, or in the alternative, to transfer divisional venue to Pendleton. The government does not oppose the transfer of venue. Accordingly, Claimant's motion for change of venue [7-2] i s GRANTED. IT IS ORDERED that the Clerk of the Court is DIRECTED to change the divisional venue in this matter to Pendleton. Claimant's alternative motion to dismiss [7-1] is DENIED. The parties are advised that the change of divisional venue shall not result in the reassignment of this case to another judge because, pursuant to the court's case management plan, civil forfeiture cases are assigned to me on a district-wide basis. If this matter proceeds to trial, the court will consider at that time whether reassignment is appropriate to accommodate a trial in Pendleton. See Local Rule 3-3(a). IT IS SO ORDERED. Signed on 04/16/2013 by Judge Malcolm F. Marsh. (pvh) Modified on 4/17/2013 to correct filed date (dkj).
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