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Case Name Coleman v. Brown PC-CA-0002
Docket / Court 2:90-cv-00520-LKK-JFM ( E.D. Cal. )
State/Territory California
Case Type(s) Prison Conditions
Case Summary
NOTE: All the documents in this case relating to the prison overcrowding proceedings, which led to imposition of a statewide prison population cap, affirmed by the Supreme Court, are presented in a different case record, PC-CA-0057. See "related cases" below.

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NOTE: All the documents in this case relating to the prison overcrowding proceedings, which led to imposition of a statewide prison population cap, affirmed by the Supreme Court, are presented in a different case record, PC-CA-0057. See "related cases" below.

Summary:
On April 23, 1990, mentally ill inmates in California state prisoners filed a class action lawsuit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California against California corrections and mental health officials alleging that mental health care provided at most California penal institutions violated their constitutional rights. They also filed a claim under the Rehabilitation Act, 29 U.S.C. § 794, but that claim was eventually dismissed. Plaintiffs, represented by the Prison Law Office, Legal Aid, the Disability Rights and Education Defense Fund and private counsel, sought declaratory and injunctive relief.

The matter was referred to Magistrate Judge John F. Moulds. On October 14, 1991, the court (Judge Lawrence K. Karlton) certified a class of all present and future inmates with serious mental disorders at California penal institutions (except San Quentin State Prison, Northern Reception Center at Vacaville and California Medical Facility-Main at Vacaville).

A preliminary injunction was issued concerning the exposure of inmates on psychotropic medications to extreme heat. Subsequently, following significant discovery, the matter was tried in an extensive trial before the magistrate during March, April and May of 1993. After the state filed objections to the magistrate's June 1994 recommended findings in favor of the plaintiffs, the court (Judge Karlton) on September 13, 1995, granted a permanent injunction, holding that the evidence supported the magistrate's factual findings and that the defendants had been deliberately indifferent to systemic deficiencies in inmates' mental healthcare, including inadequate screenings, understaffing, delays in access to care, deficiencies in medication management and involuntary medication, inadequacy of medical records, inadequately trained staff, improper housing of mentally ill inmates in administrative segregation, and the deliberately indifferent use of tasers and 37mm guns on inmates with serious mental disorders. Coleman v. Wilson, 912 F.Supp. 1282 (E.D. Cal. 1995). The court ordered that new policies and protocols be developed, and ordered that a special master be appointed to monitor compliance with the court-ordered injunctive relief. On December 11, 1995, the court (Judge Karlton) appointed J. Michael Keating, Jr., to serve as Special Master, setting out his duties, powers and compensation.

The Special Master began work and hired staff, but ceased his work pending further court direction after passage of the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA). On July 12, 1996, the court (Judge Karlton) held that the Special Master's compensation was not subject to the limitations contained in the PLRA. Wilson v. Coleman, 933 F.Supp. 954 (E.D. Cal. 1996). This ruling, along with two others also involving compensation of special masters under the PLRA, were heard together on appeals filed by inmates seeking writs of mandamus to vacate the district court orders that the PLRA not apply to master's appointed prior to its passage. On December 24, 1996, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (Judges Fletcher, Farris and Tashima) rejected these claims. Wilson v. District Court, 103 F.3d 828 (9th Cir. 1996), and the Supreme Court denied certiorari on May 19, 1997. Wilson v. District Court, 520 U.S. 1230 (1997).

The state in 1996 appealed the early preliminary order concerning inmate exposure to heat, but on November 14, 1996, this appeal was rejected due to lack of subject matter jurisdiction, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (Judges Fletcher, Ferguson and Samuel P. King), holding in an unpublished opinion that no final order had ever been issued concerning the heat exposure. Coleman v. Wilson, 101 F.3d 705, 1996 WL 665551 (9th Cir. Cal.) Nov. 14, 1996).

The parties litigated disputes over attorneys' fees and costs, which were substantial in this case, and the United States intervened in the case filing a memorandum of law on the constitutionality of the relevant PLRA provisions. The court subsequently issued a number of orders granting various payments of fees.

On June 6, 1997, the Special Master reviewed the remedial plans submitted by the state, and made a number of recommendations about modifications to them. On June 27, 1997, Judge Karlton approved those recommendations, and approved the defendants' remedial plans as so modified, directing the Special Master to monitor defendants' implementation of them.

Between 1998 and 2006, the court accepted numerous compliance reports from the Special Master and issued a number of orders regarding compliance and implementation of remedial measures, including orders related to filling vacancies in mental health staffing, training, suicide prevention, outpatient beds, transfers of inmates to places that would better serve their mental health needs, and other measures. In May and August 2006, the court accepted plans submitted concerning long-term care and bed utilization. In September, 2006, the court adopted the inclusion of language in the Revised Program Guide concerning the clinical competency of psychiatrists. Subsequent reports addressed suicide trends in administrative segregation units.

On October 4, 2006, California Governor Schwarzenegger issued the Prison Overcrowding State of Emergency Proclamation. See PC-CA-0057 for more discussion. In this case, plaintiffs moved for a TRO to prevent the transfer of inmates out-of-state. After a hearing on November 3, 2006, Judge Karlton denied the motion but ordered that an appropriately-credentialed mental health clinician employed by CDCR accompany the inmates on their transfer flight.

Under the Prison Litigation Reform Act, a population cap on a prison or a prison system may be entered only by a specially constituted three-judge district court. Plaintiffs accordingly filed a motion to convene a three-judge district court to impose a prison population cap. A similar motion was filed in the related class action case Plata v. Schwarzenegger in which the CDCR's health care system was subject to Court oversight and remediation [PC-CA-18], and also in Armstrong v. Schwarzenneger [PC-CA-0001], a large-scale prisoner disability discrimination case. These motions and the resulting proceedings are described in PC-CA-0057, with many of the crucial documents.

While litigation over prison overcrowding ensued, the Special Master continued remediation work. His reports and corresponding court orders addressed issues which included: annual projections for mental health program populations, creation of a data collection system to track inmate referrals to various mental health services and administrative segregation, improvements in the pay scales of state mental health care workers, retrofitting of Administrative Segregation Unit Intake Cells for suicide prevention, assessment and treatment of inmates with exhibitionist or paraphilia behaviors; implementation of an Enhanced Outpatient Program at Reception Centers and creation of additional mental health beds.

On October 9, 2007, Judge Karlton appointed Matthew A. Lopes, Jr., previously the deputy special master, to become the special master for this case. On February 26, 2008, the court approved a construction settlement between the parties. The agreement provided for the construction of 5000 mental health beds and 5000 medical beds, and the Plata Receiver was required to file quarterly reports.

On October 7, 2008, the court ordered the Defendants to do the following: 1) develop a plan to address overall dysfunction in custody/mental health relations at Salinas Valley State Prison (SVSP) within 90 days; 2) develop a plan for maximum utilization of all dormitory beds at SVSP within 90 days; 3) implement and maintain institutional electronic and manual tracking logs for inmates who have been placed into alternative housing pending Mental Health Crisis Bed (MHCB) transfers, and dates, times, and places of return to regular housing for inmates not transferred to an MHCB; 4) construct the mental health treatment and counseling space at SVSP and the mental health treatment and programming space at California Medical Facility (CMF) as described in their development Proposals submitted in response to the Court's 10/18/07 Order; and 5) disseminate the complete Monthly Report of Information Requested and Response to Court Order regarding Staff Vacancies and CDCR Mental Health Crisis Bed Monthly Report on a regular and timely basis.

Remedial work (in particular building) was somewhat stalled while the overcrowding three-judge-proceedings moved along. For details on that part of the case, see PC-CA-0057. The three-judge court ordered a reduction in prison population (and the Supreme Court affirmed), and this case continued.

In January 2013, the State moved to terminate the injunction, on the grounds that it was no longer (as required under the Prison Litigation Reform Act) necessary to correct the ongoing violation of a federal right. Under the PLRA, the court was required to rule on that motion within 3 months, or else the challenged injunction would be stayed, pending resolution of the motion. On April 5, Judge Karlton rejected the termination motion, holding that the state's evidence was tainted by ethical violations committed to obtain it, and that in any event, the state had failed to meet its burden of showing that the court-enforced relief was no longer necessary. No doubt the State will appeal.

Margo Schlanger - 04/05/2013


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Affected Gender
Female
Male
Constitutional Clause
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Content of Injunction
Monitor/Master
Crowding
Crowding / caseload
Post-PLRA Population Cap
Defendant-type
Corrections
Jurisdiction-wide
General
Administrative segregation
Classification / placement
Informed consent/involuntary medication
Restraints : physical
Staff (number, training, qualifications, wages)
Suicide prevention
Medical/Mental Health
Medication, administration of
Mental health care, general
Plaintiff Type
Private Plaintiff
Type of Facility
Government-run
Causes of Action Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act), 29 U.S.C. § 701
42 U.S.C. § 1983
Defendant(s) California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
California Department of Mental Health
State of California
Plaintiff Description All inmates with serious mental disorders who were or would be confined within the California Department of Corrections.
Indexed Lawyer Organizations Prison Law Office
Class action status sought Yes
Class action status granted Yes
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Injunction / Injunctive-like Private Settlement
Source of Relief Litigation
Form of Settlement
Order Duration 1995 - n/a
Case Closing Year n/a
Case Ongoing Yes
Case Listing PC-CA-0018 : Plata v. Brown (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0059 : Hecker v. CDCR (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0033 : Perez v. Tilton (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0057 : Plata v. Brown / Coleman v. Brown Three-Judge Court (N.D. Cal.)
Additional Resources
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Case Studies Plata v. Brown and Realignment: Jails, Prisons, Courts, and Politics
By: Margo Schlanger (University of Michigan Law School)
Citation: 48 Harv. C.R./C.L. L. Rev. 165 (2013)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Civil Rights Injunctions Over Time: A Case Study of Jail and Prison Court Orders
By: Margo Schlanger (University of Michigan)
Citation: 81 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 550 (2006)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Cruel and unusual punishment of the mentally ill in California's prisons: a case study of a class action suit
By: Donald Specter (Prison Law Office)
Citation: Social Justice (Fall 1994).
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Judicial Policy Making and the Modern State: How the Courts Reformed America's Prisons
By: Malcolm M. Feeley & Edward Rubin (UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law & Vanderbilt School of Law Faculty)
Citation: (1998)
[ Detail ]

Links Brown v. Plata: The Oyez Project
http://www.oyez.org/
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Docket(s)
2:90-CV-520 USDC (E.D. Cal.) 04/05/2013
PC-CA-0002-9000 PDF | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Findings and Recommendation 06/06/1994 (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0035 PDF | Detail
Document Source: Plaintiffs' counsel
Order 09/13/1995 (912 F.Supp. 1282) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0038 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Order 07/12/1996 (933 F.Supp. 954) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0039 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Memorandum 11/14/1996 (101 F.3d 705)
PC-CA-0002-0042 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 12/24/1996 (103 F.3d 828)
PC-CA-0002-0040 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Ruling on Petition for Writ of Certiorari 05/19/1997 (520 U.S. 1230)
PC-CA-0002-7503 WESTLAW | LEXIS | Detail
January 2006 - Mental Health Services Delivery System Program Guide [Glossary] 02/03/2006
PC-CA-0002-0006 PDF | Detail
Order Regarding Defendants' Revised Program Guide 03/03/2006
PC-CA-0002-0005 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 01/03/2007 (2007 WL 30577) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0050 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Order 01/12/2007 (2007 WL 809690 / 2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 24414) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0049 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 01/26/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0002 PDF | Detail
Order 05/23/2007 (2007 WL 1521567 / 2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 40586) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0048 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Opinion 06/01/2007 (2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 40004) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-7515 WESTLAW | LEXIS | Detail
Order 06/28/2007 (2007 WL 1865536) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0047 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Order 07/23/2007 (2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 56043) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0008 PDF | LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 08/27/2007 (2007 WL 2461997) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0046 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Findings and Recommendations 09/11/2007 (2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 67036) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-7516 WESTLAW | LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: LexisNexis
Order 09/19/2007 (2007 WL 2765757) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0045 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Order 10/03/2007 (2007 WL 2904257) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0044 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Order 10/05/2007 (2007 WL 2935840 / 2007 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 74740) (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0043 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Order 10/06/2008 (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0022 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order to Show Cause 01/15/2009 (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0025 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order to Show Cause 01/15/2009 (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0028 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Defendants’ Response to Order to Show Cause Re: Mental Health Crisis Beds at California Institute for Men 02/06/2009
PC-CA-0002-0029 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Mental Health Services Delivery System Program Guide, 2009 Revision 05/21/2009
PC-CA-0002-0012 PDF | Detail
Document Source: Plaintiffs' counsel
Twenty-Fourth round monitoring report of the Special Master on the Defendants' compliance with Provisionally Approved Plans, Policies, and Protocols 07/02/2012
PC-CA-0002-0036 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 04/05/2013 (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0037 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Response of the United States of America to Defendants' Motion in Limine No.4: To Exclude the Statement of Interest 11/12/2013
PC-CA-0002-0041 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Judges Farris, Joseph Jerome (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0040
Ferguson, Warren John (C.D. Cal., Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0042
Fletcher, Betty Binns (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0040 | PC-CA-0002-0042
Henderson, Thelton Eugene (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0025 | PC-CA-0002-0028
Karlton, Lawrence K. (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0005 | PC-CA-0002-0008 | PC-CA-0002-0022 | PC-CA-0002-0025 | PC-CA-0002-0028 | PC-CA-0002-0037 | PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-0039 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-9000
King, Carolyn Dineen (Fifth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0042
Moulds, John F. (E.D. Cal.) [Magistrate]
PC-CA-0002-0035 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Reinhardt, Stephen Roy (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0045
Tashima, Atsushi Wallace (C.D. Cal., Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0002-0040
White, Jeffrey Steven (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0025 | PC-CA-0002-0028
Wilken, Claudia Ann (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0002-0025 | PC-CA-0002-0028
Monitors/Masters Dodd, Martin H. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Hagar, John H. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Keating, Joseph Michael (Florida)
PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Lopes, Matthew (Rhode Island)
PC-CA-0002-0036 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Plaintiff's Lawyers Anderson, Sara W. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Austin, Roy L. (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Bien, Michael W. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-0039 | PC-CA-0002-0040 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Blumberg, Jeffrey (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Bornstein, Jeffrey L (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Center, Claudia B. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Coon, Laura (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Craig, Amelia A. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Creighton, Susan Abouchar (California)
PC-CA-0002-0040
Ells, Lisa Adrienne (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Evenson, Rebekah B. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Fama, Steven (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002
Galvan, Ernest (California)
PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
George, Warren E. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Goff, Richard L. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Grunfeld, Gay Crosthwait (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Hanson, Shawn A. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002
Hardy, Alison (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Heather, Fred D (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Kahn, Jane E. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Karliner, Adela B. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Kilb, Linda D. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Leverett, Ingrid S. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Loughrey, Raymond E (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Mitchell, Caroline N. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002
Morris, Maria V. (Alabama)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Myrthil, Marlysha (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Nolan, Thomas Bengt (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Norman, Sara Linda (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002
Rifkin, Lori Ellen (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Samuels, Jocelyn (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Sangster, Edward P (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Smiddie, Kyle (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Smith, Jonathan Mark (District of Columbia)
PC-CA-0002-0041
Specter, Donald H. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0039 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Walczak, Kenneth M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Whelan, Amy (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Wolinsky, Sidney M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Defendant's Lawyers Antonen, Charles (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Barlow, Kimberly Hall (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Brown, Edmund G. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0029
Capizzi, Michael R (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Castro, Ismael A. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Cavanagh, Joan W. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Chaney, David S. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0029
Chenen, Arthur M (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
East, Rochelle C. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0006 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Grunder, Frances T. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0006
Hansen, Ann M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038
Hanson, Catherine I. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038
Holzmann, Rochelle Corinne (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Hughes, William Charles (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Humes, James M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0006
Igra, Mischa D (California)
PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Jacob, Renju Palanilkumuryil (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Kamberian, Van (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Kaufhold, Steve Shea (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Kossick, Daniel Joseph (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Lewis, Kyle Anthony (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Lockyer, Bill (California)
PC-CA-0002-0006
Lundgren, Daniel E. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0040
Mayer, Karl S. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0038 | PC-CA-0002-9000
McKinney, Patrick R. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Mello, Paul Brian (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Mitchell, William E (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Neill, Jennifer Anne (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Neri, Miguel Angel (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
O'Bannon, Danielle Felice (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Schmidt, Dean M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Slavin, Bruce Michael (California)
PC-CA-0002-0039 | PC-CA-0002-0040 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Stegeman, Chad Allen (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Tigno, Fiel D (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Tillman, Lisa Anne (California)
PC-CA-0002-0006 | PC-CA-0002-0029 | PC-CA-0002-0043 | PC-CA-0002-0044 | PC-CA-0002-0045 | PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-0050 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Tsai, Ivy M (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Wang, Theresa (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Ward, Philip S. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Weck, Jennifer (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Willett, David E. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Wolff, Jonathan L. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0002 | PC-CA-0002-0029 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Zimmerman, Rick C. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Other Lawyers Adam, Gregg Mclean (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Albertine, Christine (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Alexander, Kimberly (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Baker, Andrew H. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Brennan, Edmund F. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Dato, Robert M. (California)
PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Davenport, Kimberly S. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0047 | PC-CA-0002-0048 | PC-CA-0002-0049 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Fuentes, Theresa J (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Green, Geri L. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Hemesath, Paul Andrew (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Kahn, Andrew J. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Keck, Anne L (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Leonard, Natalie (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Paternoster, Rocco Robert (California)
PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Pierson, Cassie M (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Stoughton, Jennifer Spencer (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Sybesma, Benjamin C. (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000
Wilcox, Linda (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Woodward, Carol L. (California)
PC-CA-0002-9000
Yank, Ronald (California)
PC-CA-0002-0046 | PC-CA-0002-7515 | PC-CA-0002-7516 | PC-CA-0002-9000

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