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Case Name Plata v. Brown PC-CA-0018
Docket / Court 3:01-cv-01351-TEH ( N.D. Cal. )
State/Territory California
Case Type(s) Prison Conditions
Special Collection California's Prisoners' Rights Bar article
Court-ordered receiverships
Solitary confinement
Attorney Organization Prison Law Office
Case Summary
NOTE: All documents relating to the prison overcrowding proceedings in this case, 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 " ... read more >
NOTE: All documents relating to the prison overcrowding proceedings in this case, 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 August 20, 2001, ten male California inmates filed this class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, against officials of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), alleging that the CDCR's medical services were inadequate, and violated the Eighth Amendment, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and section 504 of Rehabilitation Act. The plaintiffs were represented by attorneys from the Prison Law Office and private counsel.

The plaintiffs' specific complaints mirrored those raised in an earlier case, Shumate v. Wilson, No. CIV S-95-0619 (E.D. Cal. 2000), PC-CA-0011 in this Clearinghouse, a case brought by women inmates of the California Institution for Women and the Central California Women's Facility. In Shumate, the plaintiffs alleged that California Department of Corrections officials provided inadequate medical services, including: sick call, triage, emergency care, nurses, urgent care, chronic care, specialty referrals, medical screenings, follow-up care, examinations, medications, diets, terminal care, health education, and dental care. The Shumate case settled in 1997.

The Plata parties stipulated to injunctive relief, requiring the CDCR to implement a series of health care improvements and subjecting the CDCR to a series of audits to determine compliance. The parties did not agree whether or not inmates at two facilities at issue in Shumate should be members of the class, but provided that upon the defendants' motion, the District Court would resolve the issue. After a fairness hearing, the District Court adopted the class action settlement as fair, reasonable, and adequate, on May 20, 2002.

Earlier, on March 19, 2002, the defendants had moved to exclude Shumate inmates from the class. The District Court (Judge Thelton E. Henderson) denied the defendants' motion, and ordered the Shumate inmates be included in the class. The defendants appealed that order on June 3, 2002. On May 27, 2003, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Judges John T. Noonan, Atsushi W. Tashima, and Kim M. Wardlaw) dismissed the appeal. Writing for the court, Judge Wardlaw held that because there was no reviewable final order before the court and because the prerequisites for interlocutory appeal were not met, the court lacked jurisdiction over the appeal. Plata v. Davis, 329 F.3d 1101 (9th Cir. 2003).

On May 10, 2005, the District Court issued an order to show cause regarding the interim placement of California's prison medical care system into receivership. After hearings in early June, the District Court (Judge Henderson) placed California's prison health system into receivership on June 30, 2005, and on February 14, 2006 Robert Sillen was appointed as Receiver. In that capacity, Mr. Sillen was charged to act as the executive manager of the state's prison medical care system and given fully authority to direct improvements necessary to bring the system up to constitutional standards. The California Prison Health Care Receivership Corp., a San Jose-based non-profit organization, was created to house the activities of the Receiver.

The Receiver issued his first report on July 5, 2006. That report detailed the Receiver's initial evaluations of the problems plaguing the prison health care system and his immediate recommendations for change. Certain pilot programs were developed to provide immediate relief, while the Receiver and his staff started developing a long-range plan for systemic reform. The Receiver issued subsequent reports on his activity.

To facilitate proposed changes, Judge Henderson allowed the Receiver to waive California state law and increase salaries of critical medical staff and physicians, so as to bring them in line with comparable positions.

While the Plata case involved the overhaul of the CDCR's medical delivery systems, the CDCR faced legal challenges in other areas of its operation. The CDCR's mental health services were the subject of a separate federal class action lawsuit Coleman v. Schwarzenegger (PC-CA-0002), while dental services issues were litigated in the federal class action lawsuit Perez v. Tilton (PC-CA-0033) and violations of the Americans with Disability Act were alleged in the class action case Armstrong v. Davis (PC-CA-0001). Each case was handled by a separate federal district court judge: Plata (Judge Henderson); Coleman (Judge Lawrence Karlton); Armstrong (Judge Claudia Wilken) and Perez (Judge Jeffrey White). In early 2007, these four presiding judges instructed representatives of the remedial efforts in each cases to work together to streamline their progress.

On May 11, 2007, the Receiver filed a Plan of Action in the Plata case which outlined his plan for restructuring and developing a constitutionally adequate health care system in California's prisons. On May 15, 2007, the Receiver issued a report to the Court, addressing the issue of prison overcrowding and its effect on overhauling the prison health care system. A supplemental overcrowding report was filed by the Receiver on June 11, 2007. For a more complete listing of Receiver reports, press releases and work papers, visit the website of the California Prison Health Care Receivership (CPR).

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. The 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-0018], 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.

In separate activity, the Plata Receiver issued his Sixth Quarterly Report (dated September 25, 2007) in which he summarized the major remedial projects that were underway. On December 14, 2007, after two months of discovery proceedings, the court issued an order staying the discovery and vacating all pre-trial and trial dates. The court also granted in part the defendants' motion for additional time to review and revise their privilege logs. The court then referred the case back to the magistrate judge for further proceedings.

On January 23, 2008, the court appointed J. Clark Kelso to be the new Receiver in the case, replacing Robert Sillen. On February 26, 2008, the court approved a construction agreement in the case. This agreement approved three different construction projects, including a medical center at the San Quentin Prison, additional office space at the CDCR, as well as 5,000 CDCR medical beds and 5,000 CDCR mental health beds.

On March 11, 2008, the Receiver issued a draft strategic plan, which detailed what he believed needed to be done in order to bring California's prison health care up to Constitutional standards. However, on May 29, 2008, the California state senate voted to decline SB1665, a bill which would have provided $7 billion for the Receiver's prison health care strategic plan. On June 16, 2008, the district court (Judge Henderson) approved the Receiver's plan. Because the state government did not want to provide the funding for the plan, on August 13, 2008, the Receiver asked the district court to issue a court order instructing the state government to provide the necessary funding. The Receiver also filed a motion asking the court to hold the defendants in contempt for their failure to fund the remedial projects. The court heard oral argument on the Receiver's motion on October 6, 2008.

On October 27, 2008, Judge Henderson ordered the defendants to transfer $250 million to the receiver by November 5, 2008. On October 31, 2008, the defendants concurrently filed an appeal and a motion to stay Judge Henderson's order that they transfer the money to the receiver. On November 7, 2008, Judge Henderson heard oral argument on the motion to stay and subsequently issued an order denying the motion. Later that same day, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granted the defendants' motion for a stay.

On November 3, 2008, the court denied the defendants' motion for summary judgment. On November 7, 2008, the district court denied the defendants' motion to stay the court's order that they must pay $250 million to fund the Receiver's plan. 2008 WL 4847080 (N.D. Cal. Nov. 7, 2008).

On November 17, 2008, Judge Henderson modified the Receiver's reporting requirements, changing the due dates for reports to January 15, May 15, and September 15 of each year.

On January 30, 2009, the Receiver submitted a supplemental application for an order waiving state contracting statutes, regulations and procedures. On the same day, Judge Henderson granted the application and waived certain state statutes, regulations, and procedures to the extent necessary to permit the Receiver to design and implement certain quality improvement projects.

On January 28, 2009, the defendants had filed a motion (1) to replace the Receiver with a special master and, during the transition, to establish a process to ensure the Receiver's compliance with state and federal law, and (2) to terminate the Receiver's construction plan. Under the PLRA, the defendants' motion to "modify or terminate prospective relief" triggered an automatic stay of the injunction that would go into effect 30 days after the motion. The Receiver responded by moving for postponement of the automatic stay for the maximum of 60 days allowed under the PLRA. On February 26, 2009, Judge Henderson granted a 30-day postponement of the automatic stay, which would begin April 1, 2009. 2009 WL 500813 (N.D. Cal. Feb. 26, 2009).

On March 16, 2009, the defendants' moved to replace the Receiver with a special master and to terminate the Receiver's construction plan. On March 24, 2009, Judge Henderson denied the defendants' motion. 2009 WL 799392 (N.D. Cal. Mar. 24, 2009). The defendants appealed this decision to the Ninth Circuit, and asked Judge Henderson to stay the decision pending the appeal. The defendants also asked Judge Henderson to shorten the time on the motion to stay, such that the motion could be heard sooner.

On March 25, 2009, the Ninth Circuit dismissed the defendants' appeal of Judge Henderson's October 27, 2008, order to the state to pay $250 million to fund the projects and show cause why the state should not be held in contempt. The Ninth Circuit dismissed the appeal because 1) the order was not a final, appealable contempt order; 2) the order was not an appealable collateral order; 3) the order was not appealable as an "affirmative injunction" or an order for the immediate payment of funds; and 4) writ of mandamus to prevent the District Court from holding the state in contempt was not warranted. 560 F.3d 976 (9th Cir. 2009).

On May 1, 2009, Judge Henderson denied the defendants' request to shorten the time on the motion to stay the March 24, 2009 Order. 2009 WL 1178652 (N.D. Cal. May 1, 2009).

On April 30, 2010, the Ninth Circuit held that 1) the PLRA did not bar appointment of receiver; 2) receivership was the least intrusive means of remedying State prison system's constitutionally inadequate medical care; and 3) the Court of Appeals lacked jurisdiction to review the District Court's decision refusing to terminate the construction plan. 603 F.3d 1088 (9th Cir. 2010).

On May 7, 2012, the parties and the Receiver filed their Court-ordered report regarding post-Receivership planning. The report indicated agreement that the Receivership had made significant progress in improving the delivery of medical care in California's prisons, as well as agreement that several critical tasks remained outstanding. However, the parties disputed both when the Receivership should end and how to evaluate whether the level of care being provided at any particular institution was constitutional. As a result, on May 30, 2012, Judge Henderson issued an order proposing a Receivership transition plan and ordered the parties to respond by June 29, 2012.

After the parties responded to the proposed plan, on September 5, 2012, Judge Henderson ordered a plan for transitioning away from the Receivership through the use of revocable delegations of authority by the Receiver to defendants over particular tasks within the system of inmate medical care. The Court also established a scheme whereby adequacy of care at individual institutions would be determined by a combination of evaluations by the court experts and medical inspections by the Office of the Inspector General ("OIG").

On January 27, 2014, the Receiver closed CHCF to new medical admissions to allow time to correct identified deficiencies in the provision of medical care. The Receiver anticipated being able to re-open admissions in the next several months.

On May 28, 2014, the Ninth Circuit denied the state's petition for writ of mandamus regarding Judge Henderson's February 21, 2013, order requiring the state to disclose its expert witnesses and their reports at least 120 days before it filed a motion to terminate relief. The Ninth Circuit held that 1) it lacked appellate jurisdiction over state's interlocutory appeal, and 2) the order did not violate the PLRA. 754 F.3d 1070 (9th Cir. 2014).

On March 10, 2015, Judge Henderson revised the September 5, 2012, order plan for transitioning away from the Receivership. The 2012 plan used revocable delegations of authority by the Receiver to the state over particular tasks within the system of inmate medical care. After consulting at length with the Receiver and court experts, Judge Henderson modified the 2012 order. Judge Henderson changed the Receiver's process for determining when an institution was should be returned to CDCR control. Judge Henderson also clarified that while the Receiver would gradually take on more of a monitoring function as additional activities and institutions are delegated back to CDCR, the Receiver would remain a receiver and retain his powers over the inmate medical care system until the case ended.

On May 27, 2015, Judge Henderson issued an order modifying the rebuttable presumption upon delegation by the Receiver established in the transition plan. The transition plan stated that when the Receiver determined that an institution was suitable for return to CDCR control, he would "execute a revocable delegation of authority to the Secretary of CDCR to take over management of that institution's medical care program." This revocable delegation would create a rebuttable presumption that care at the institution had reached a level of constitutional adequacy. Judge Henderson changed the rebuttable presumption to clarify that systemic problems would not prevent delegation as long as those problems were being adequately addressed.

On October 1, 2015, the Receiver filed his latest report--the thirtieth tri-annual report. As of November 13, 2015, monitoring and implementation continues.

Kristen Sagar - 02/09/2009
Jessica Kincaid - 11/23/2015


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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
Hire
Monitor/Master
Monitoring
Other requirements regarding hiring, promotion, retention
Receivership
Recordkeeping
Reporting
Crowding
Crowding / caseload
Post-PLRA Population Cap
Defendant-type
Corrections
Jurisdiction-wide
General
Conditions of confinement
Solitary confinement/Supermax (conditions or process)
Medical/Mental Health
Medical care, general
Plaintiff Type
Private Plaintiff
Type of Facility
Government-run
Causes of Action Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act), 29 U.S.C. § 701
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 42 U.S.C. §§ 12111 et seq.
42 U.S.C. § 1983
Defendant(s) California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Plaintiff Description All prisoners who are now, or will in the future be, under the custody of 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 Attorneys fees
Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement
Source of Relief Litigation
Settlement
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Order Duration 2002 - n/a
Case Closing Year n/a
Case Ongoing Yes
Case Listing PC-CA-0002 : Coleman v. Brown (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0057 : Plata v. Brown / Coleman v. Brown Three-Judge Court (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0033 : Perez v. Tilton (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0017 : Madrid v. Gomez (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
N.Y.U. Law Review
By: Margo Schlanger (Washington University)
Citation: 81 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 550 (2006)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ 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/
By: Chicago-Kent College of Law
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

Docket(s)
C-01-1351 THE (N.D. Cal.) 11/19/2015
PC-CA-0018-9000.pdf | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Complaint Class Action [ECF 1] 04/05/2001
PC-CA-0018-0088.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
First Amended Complaint Class Action [ECF 20] 08/01/2001
PC-CA-0018-0004.pdf | Detail
Stipulation for Injunctive Relief [ECF 67/68] 06/13/2002
PC-CA-0018-0005.pdf | Detail
Order Adopting Class Action Stipulation as Fair, Reasonable and Adequate [ECF 69] 06/20/2002 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0001.pdf | Detail
Reported Opinion 05/27/2003 (329 F.3d 1101)
PC-CA-0018-0099.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Order Re: Plaintiffs' Motion to Compel Production of Documents [ECF 161] 08/13/2003 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0003.pdf | Detail
Plata v. Schwarzenneger, 2nd report, part 1 07/09/2004
PC-CA-0018-0012.pdf | Detail
Plata v. Schwarzenneger, 2nd report, part 2 07/16/2004
PC-CA-0018-0013.pdf | Detail
Order to Show Cause Re Civil Contempt and Appointment of Interim Receiver [ECF 294] 05/10/2005 (2005 WL 2932243) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0006.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law Re Appointment of Receiver [ECF 371] 10/03/2005 (2005 WL 2932253) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0007.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: ACLU National Prison Project
Order Appointing Receiver [ECF 473] 02/14/2006 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0015.pdf | Detail
Order re: State Contracts and Contract Payments Relating to Service Providers for CDCR Inmate/Patients [ECF 490] 03/30/2006 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0016.pdf | Detail
Speech by Judge Henderson to ALI 05/16/2006
PC-CA-0018-0011.pdf | Detail
Receiver's First Bi-Monthly Report [ECF 524] 07/05/2006
PC-CA-0018-0009.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Motion for a Waiver of State Law [ECF 543] 09/12/2006
PC-CA-0018-0017.pdf | Detail
Appendix of Photographs in Support of Receiver's 2nd Bi-Monthly Report [ECF 549] 09/19/2006
PC-CA-0018-0008.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Second Bi-Monthly Report [ECF 547] 09/19/2006
PC-CA-0018-0010.pdf | Detail
Order RE: Receiver's Motion for a Waiver of State Law [ECF 554] 10/17/2006 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0018.pdf | Detail
Supplemental Order RE: State Contracts [ECF 557] 11/08/2006 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0019.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Third Bi-Monthly Report [ECF 581] 12/05/2006
PC-CA-0018-0073.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Receiver's 3rd Bi-Monthly Plan [ECF 581] 12/06/2006
PC-CA-0018-0062.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plata Order RE: Receiver's Motion for an Extension [ECF 590] 12/19/2006 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0020.pdf | Detail
Judge Henderson letter to PHSB 01/25/2007
PC-CA-0018-0021.pdf | Detail
Order RE:Public Health Services Bureau Notice of Motion [ECF 604] 01/25/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0022.pdf | Detail
Order Coleman, Plata, Perez [ECF 603] 01/26/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0023.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Fourth Bi-Monthly Report [ECF 618] 03/20/2007
PC-CA-0018-0074.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order RE: Receiver's Application for Order Nunc Pro Tunc [ECF 621] 03/30/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0025.pdf | Detail
Order Re: Pharm Tech Motion [ECF 635] 04/11/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0026.pdf | Detail
Order Denying MDI Motion to Shorten Time [ECF 638] 04/16/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0027.pdf | Detail
California State Auditor (April 2007 Report) -Califorrnia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitations: Review of Processes for Contracting and Paying Medical Service Providers 04/19/2007
PC-CA-0018-0014.pdf | Detail
Order Setting Schedule Re: CEA Motion [ECF 644] 04/19/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0028.pdf | Detail
Order Setting Schedule Re: Master Application [ECF 646] 04/25/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0029.pdf | Detail
Order Granting Receiver's Motion For One Time Limited Waiver of CA Gov Code Sec 19080.3 [ECF 647] 04/25/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0030.pdf | Detail
Public Safety and Offender Rehabilitation Services Act of 2007 04/26/2007
PC-CA-0018-0050.pdf | Detail
Order Setting Schedule Re: Motion For Waiver of State Law Re Physician Clinical Competency [ECF 648] 05/01/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0031.pdf | Detail
Order Re: SPB Motion [ECF 654] 05/08/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0032.pdf | Detail
CPR Plan of Action 05/10/2007
PC-CA-0018-0035.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Report Re: Plan of Action [ECF 657] 05/10/2007
PC-CA-0018-0036.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Report Re: Overcrowding [ECF 673] 05/15/2007
PC-CA-0018-0037.pdf | Detail
Order Re: Master Waiver [ECF 700] 06/04/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0033.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Re: Joint Hearing on Three-Judge Panel [ECF 704] 06/06/2007 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0034.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Receiver's Supplemental Report Re: Overcrowding [ECF 705] 06/11/2007
PC-CA-0018-0038.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Fifth Quarterly Report [ECF 723] 06/20/2007
PC-CA-0018-0039.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Fifth Quarterly Report [ECF 723] 06/20/2007
PC-CA-0018-0075.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Letter from the Receiver Vol. 2, Number 4 09/19/2007
PC-CA-0018-0044.pdf | Detail
Receiver's Sixth Quarterly Report [ECF 866] 09/25/2007
PC-CA-0018-0043.pdf | Detail
Receiver’s Efforts to Improve Medical Care Felt at Prisons Statewide Focus on Recruitment and Infrastructure -- Sixth Report to Judge Covers Steps Taken to Accomplish Plan of Action to Create a Constitutional Medical Care System 09/26/2007
PC-CA-0018-0045.pdf | Detail
Order Appointing New Receiver [ECF 1063] 01/23/2008 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0093.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order [ECF 1107] 02/26/2008 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0060.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Receiver's Seventh Quarterly Report [ECF 1136] 03/14/2008
PC-CA-0018-0069.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Achieving a Constitutional Level of Medical Care in California's Prisons: the Federal Receiver's Turnaround Plan of Action [ECF 1229] 06/06/2008
PC-CA-0018-0076.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Stipulation and Order re Merger of Medical Health Care at Pelican Bay State Prison [ECF 1228] 06/08/2008
PC-CA-0018-0083.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Approving Receiver's Turnaround Plan of Action [ECF 1245] 06/16/2008 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0092.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Receiver's Eighth Quarterly Report [ECF 1248] 06/17/2008
PC-CA-0018-0070.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Achieving a Constitutional Level of Medical Care in California’s Prisons: Ninth Quarterly Report of the Federal Receiver’s Turnaround Plan of Action [ECF 1472] 09/15/2008
PC-CA-0018-0071.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Denying Defendants' Motion to Stay October 27, 2008 Order [ECF 1778] 11/07/2008 (2008 WL 4847080) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0105.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order to Show Cause [ECF 2003] 01/15/2009 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0065.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order to Show Cause [ECF 2004] 01/15/2009 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0066.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Achieving a Constitutional Level of Medical Care in California’s Prisons: Tenth Tri-Annual Report of the Federal Receiver’s Turnaround Plan of Action [ECF 2011-1] 01/15/2009
PC-CA-0018-0072.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Granting Receiver's Supplemental Application No. 8 for Order Waiving State Contracting Statues, Regulations [ECF 2053] 01/29/2009 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0106.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Granting in Part Receiver's Motion for Postponement of Automatic Stay [ECF 2105] 02/26/2009 (2009 WL 500813) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0107.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Denying Defendants' Motion to Replace Receiver with Special Master and to Terminate the Receiver's Construction Plan [ECF 2132] 03/24/2009 (2009 WL 799392) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0091.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Denying Defendants' Request to Shorten Time on Motion to Stay March 24, 2009 Order [ECF 2148] 05/01/2009 (2009 WL 1178652) (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0110.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Opinion 04/30/2010 (603 F.3d 1088)
PC-CA-0018-0087.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: U.S. Court of Appeals website
Opinion 04/30/2010
PC-CA-0018-0111.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Achieving a Constitutional Level of Medical Care in California's Prisons - Eighteenth Tri-Annual Report of the Federal Receiver's Turnaround Plan of Action For May 1 - August 31, 2011 [ECF 2396] 09/15/2011
PC-CA-0018-0096.pdf | Detail
Achieving a Constitutional Level of Medical Care in California's Prisons - Nineteenth Tri-Annual Report of the Federal Receiver's Turnaround Plan of Action for September 1 - December 31, 2011 [ECF 2415-1] 12/31/2011
PC-CA-0018-0095.pdf | Detail
Order to Meet and Confer Re: Post-Receivership Planning [ECF 2417] 01/17/2012 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0085.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Achieving a Constitutional Lvel of Medical Care in California's Prisons - Twentieth Tri-Annual Report of the Federal Receiver's Turnaround Plan of Action for January 1-April 30, 2012 [ECF 2437-1] 04/30/2012
PC-CA-0018-0094.pdf | Detail
Receiver's and Parties' Joint Report and Responses to Court's January 17, 2012 Order To Meet and Confer Re: Post-Receivership Planning [ECF 2433] 05/07/2012
PC-CA-0018-0086.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Proposing Receivership Transition Plan [ECF 2443] 05/30/2012 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0084.pdf | Detail
Order Re: Receivership Transition Plan And Expert Evaluations [ECF 2470] 09/05/2012 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0098.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Twenty‐first Tri‐Annual Report of the Federal Receiver’s Turnaround Plan of Action [ECF 2476] 09/14/2012
PC-CA-0018-0097.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Granting Plaintiffs' Motion for Relief Re: Valley Fever at Pleasant Valley and Avenal State Prison [ECF 2661] 06/24/2013 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0112.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Opinion 05/28/2014 (754 F.3d 1070)
PC-CA-0018-0100.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | External Link | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Special Report: Improvements in the Quality of California’s Prison Medical Care System [ECF 2840] 03/10/2015
PC-CA-0018-0101.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order Modifying Receivership Transition Plan [ECF 2841] 03/10/2015 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0102.pdf | Detail
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Order Modifying Rebuttable Presumption Upon Delegation By Receiver [ECF 2857] 05/27/2015 (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0103.pdf | Detail
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Notice of Filing of Receiver's Twenty-Ninth Tri-Annual Report [ECF 2858] 06/01/2015
PC-CA-0018-0104.pdf | Detail
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Notice of Filing of Receiver's Thirtieth Tri-Annual Report [ECF 2872] 10/01/2015
PC-CA-0018-0113.pdf | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Judges Bybee, Jay S. (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0100
Canby, William Cameron Jr. (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-0111
Cousins, Nathanael M. (N.D. Cal.) [Magistrate]
PC-CA-0018-9000
Hawkins, Michael Daly (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-0111
Henderson, Thelton Eugene (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0005 | PC-CA-0018-0006 | PC-CA-0018-0007 | PC-CA-0018-0011 | PC-CA-0018-0015 | PC-CA-0018-0016 | PC-CA-0018-0018 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0021 | PC-CA-0018-0022 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0028 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0032 | PC-CA-0018-0033 | PC-CA-0018-0034 | PC-CA-0018-0038 | PC-CA-0018-0044 | PC-CA-0018-0060 | PC-CA-0018-0065 | PC-CA-0018-0066 | PC-CA-0018-0084 | PC-CA-0018-0085 | PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-0091 | PC-CA-0018-0092 | PC-CA-0018-0093 | PC-CA-0018-0098 | PC-CA-0018-0102 | PC-CA-0018-0103 | PC-CA-0018-0105 | PC-CA-0018-0106 | PC-CA-0018-0107 | PC-CA-0018-0110 | PC-CA-0018-0112 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Karlton, Lawrence K. (E.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0060 | PC-CA-0018-0065 | PC-CA-0018-0066 | PC-CA-0018-0076
Noonan, John T. Jr. (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0099
Reinhardt, Stephen Roy (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0076
Schroeder, Mary Murphy (Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-0100 | PC-CA-0018-0111
Tashima, Atsushi Wallace (C.D. Cal., Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0099
Wardlaw, Kim McLane (C.D. Cal., Ninth Circuit)
PC-CA-0018-0099
White, Jeffrey Steven (N.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0018-0060 | PC-CA-0018-0065 | PC-CA-0018-0066 | PC-CA-0018-0076
Wilken, Claudia Ann (N.D. Cal.) [Magistrate]
PC-CA-0018-0060 | PC-CA-0018-0065 | PC-CA-0018-0066 | PC-CA-0018-0076
Monitors/Masters Kelso, J. Clark (California)
PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0070 | PC-CA-0018-0076 | PC-CA-0018-0094 | PC-CA-0018-0095 | PC-CA-0018-0096 | PC-CA-0018-0097 | PC-CA-0018-0101 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Plaintiff's Lawyers Bien, Michael W. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0038 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Bornstein, Jeffrey L (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Dillon, Garrett (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Ells, Lisa Adrienne (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Ernst, Samuel F. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Evenson, Rebekah B. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Fama, Steven (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Galvan, Ernest (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
George, Warren E. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Hanson, Shawn A. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Hardy, Alison (California)
PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Harris, George C. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Haskett, Christine Saunders (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Hayden, Sara K. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Heather, Fred D (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Kahn, Jane E. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Knapp, Kelly Jean (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Loughrey, Raymond E (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Mitchell, Caroline N. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-0099 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Morrisey, John (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Norman, Sara Linda (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Plunkett, Stuart Christopher (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Rifkin, Lori Ellen (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Sangster, Edward P (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Specter, Donald H. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0005 | PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-0088 | PC-CA-0018-0099 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Whelan, Amy (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Winthrop, Pillsbury (California)
PC-CA-0018-0004 | PC-CA-0018-0099
Defendant's Lawyers Acquisto, Stephen (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Anderson, Robert R. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0005
Antonen, Charles (California)
PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-9000 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Appelbaum, John M. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0005 | PC-CA-0018-0099 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Arnold, Molly (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Barlow, Kimberly Hall (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Brown, Edmund G. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0083
Carrasco, David A. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Chan, Maria G. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Chaney, David S. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0083
Colson, Tamara Michelle (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
East, Rochelle C. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0038 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Fritz, Cynthia Clarke (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Ghali, Teresa Wang (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Giberson, Laurie (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Gifford, Paul D. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0005
Grunder, Frances T. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0083
Harris, Kamala D. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086
Hughes, William Charles (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Igra, Mischa D (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Jacob, Renju Palanilkumuryil (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Kaufhold, Steve Shea (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Knotz, Galit Avitan (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Krenzin, Tami M. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Kwong, William C (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Lee, Michael Gregory (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001
Lewis, Kyle Anthony (California)
PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Lockyer, Bill (California)
PC-CA-0018-0001 | PC-CA-0018-0005
McKinney, Patrick R. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Mello, Paul Brian (California)
PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0083 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-0087 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Mitchell, William E (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Mitchell, Michelle (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Myers, Joshua (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Neville, Donna (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
O'Bannon, Danielle Felice (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Oliver-Thompson, Megan (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Patterson, Thomas S. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Powell, Daniel J (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Quinn, Michael James (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Riches, John W. II (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Roldan, Alberto S. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0069
Roost, Kenneth (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Rose , Elise (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Russell, Jay C. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Schaefer, Jerrold C. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Schneider, Walter R. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Sharma, Maneesh (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Sheldon, Barbara Louise (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Siggins, Peter J. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0005 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Slavin, Bruce Michael (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Starkey, Paul M. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Stegeman, Chad Allen (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Stracener, Warren Curt (California)
PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Tama, Samantha D. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Thomas, Christopher Evan (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Tsai, Ivy M (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Wang, Theresa (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Warwick, Tami M. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Williams, Michael J. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0003 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Wolff, Jonathan L. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0008 | PC-CA-0018-0009 | PC-CA-0018-0010 | PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Wolff, Samantha D. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Zelidon-Zapeda, Jose Alfonso (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Other Lawyers Adam, Gregg Mclean (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Albertine, Christine (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Alexander-Yarbor, Kimberly (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Brosnahan, James J. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Burkhalter, Alton G (California)
PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Cate, Matthew (California)
PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075
Chivaro, Richard J. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Davids, Peter (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Dezember, Robin (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Dodd, Martin H. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0086 | PC-CA-0018-0104 | PC-CA-0018-0113 | PC-CA-0018-9000 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Drown, Stuart (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Dupree, Jamie L (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Fuentes, Theresa J (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Green, Geri L. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Hagar, John H. Jr. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0019 | PC-CA-0018-0020 | PC-CA-0018-0023 | PC-CA-0018-0025 | PC-CA-0018-0026 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Hector, Kristina Marie (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Kahn, Andrew J. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Keck, Anne L (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Keeshen, Kathleen (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Kessler, Daniel Joseph (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Leonard, Natalie (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Lui, Elwood (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Manwiller, Pam (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Mixon, Peter (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0069 | PC-CA-0018-0075
More, Paul (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Neri, Miguel Angel (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Pierman, Brooke D. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Pierson, Cassie M (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Post, Charles L (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Robinson, Gary (California)
PC-CA-0018-0043
Romano, Michael Stone (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Sanders, David Allen (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Sillen, Robert (California)
PC-CA-0018-0017 | PC-CA-0018-0027 | PC-CA-0018-0029 | PC-CA-0018-0030 | PC-CA-0018-0031 | PC-CA-0018-0036 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0038 | PC-CA-0018-0039 | PC-CA-0018-0043 | PC-CA-0018-0044 | PC-CA-0018-0045 | PC-CA-0018-0062 | PC-CA-0018-0073 | PC-CA-0018-0074 | PC-CA-0018-0075 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Stoughton, Jennifer Spencer (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Swanholt, Erik Christian (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Sybesma, Benjamin C. (California)
PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-9000
Tigno, Fiel D (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
West, Amber Lynn (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Wilcox, Linda (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Woodward, Carol L. (California)
PC-CA-0018-9000
Yank, Ronald (California)
PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-0037 | PC-CA-0018-9000

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