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Motion to Join Oakland NSA and 2011 Crowd Control Lawsuits

Motion to Join Oakland NSA and 2011 Crowd Control Lawsuits

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 ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION RE RELATED CASES DELPHINE ALLEN ET AL. V. CITY OF OAKLAND, CASE C-00-4599-TEH 1
Alan L. Schlosser (#49957)Michael T. Risher (#191627)Linda Lye (#215584)ACLU Foundation of Northern California,39 Drumm StreetSan Francisco, CA 94111(415) 621-2493; (415) 255-1478aschlosser@aclunc.org, mrisher@aclunc.org, llye@aclunc.orgNATIONAL LAWYERS GUILDRACHEL LEDERMAN, SBN 130192Rachel Lederman & Alexsis C. Beach,Attorneys at Law558 Capp StreetSan Francisco, CA 94110(415) 282-9300; fax (415) 285-5066rlederman@2momslaw.comAttorneys for plaintiffs TIMOTHY SCOTT CAMPBELL ET AL.(additional counsel on next page) UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTNORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIADELPHINE ALLEN, et al.,Plaintiffsvs.CITY OF OAKLAND, et al.,Defendants.MASTER FILE No. C-00-4599-TEH
ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION TO CONSIDER WHETHER CASES SHOULD BE RELATED(Civ. L.R. 3-12)
 
AND PROPOSED ORDER;DECLARATION IN SUPPORTAPPLICATION FOR TRO PENDING(
Timothy Scott Campbell et al. v. City of Oakland,et al.
, ("Campbell") No. C 11-05498 RS)
 
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 ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION RE RELATED CASES DELPHINE ALLEN ET AL. V. CITY OF OAKLAND, CASE C-00-4599-TEH 2
CAROL SOBEL, SBN 84483429 Santa Monica Blvd #550Santa Monica, CA 90401-3439(310) 393-3055; fax 310 451-3858carolsobel@aol.comBOBBIE STEIN SBN 113239503 Dolores Street, #201San Francisco, CA 94110-1564(415) 255-0301; fax (510) 601-5780bstein8692@aol.comR. MICHAEL FLYNN SBN 258732Flynn Law Office170 Columbus Street, Ste 300San Francisco, CA 94133(415) 989-8000 x 24; fax (415) 989-8028rmflynnlaw@gmail.comAttorneys for plaintiffs CAMPBELL ET AL.JAMES B. CHANIN (# 76043)JULIE M. HOUK (# 114968)Law Offices of James B. Chanin3050 Shattuck AvenueBerkeley, California 94705510) 848-4752; FAX: (510) 848-5819 jbcofc@aol.comOf Counsel to Plaintiffs
ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION TO CONSIDER WHETHER CASES SHOULD BERELATED (Civ. L.R. 3-12)APPLICATION FOR TRO PENDING(
Timothy Scott Campbell et al. v. City of Oakland, et al
., ("Campbell") No. C 11-05498RS)
TO ALL PARTIES AND THEIR ATTORNEYS OF RECORD:PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to Civil Local Rule 3-12, plaintiffs in
Timothy Scott Campbell et al. v. City of Oakland, et al.,
("Campbell") Case No. C11-05498 RS give notice that this case, filed today, is related to the cases listed below thatare currently pending, or have been before, Judge Thelton Henderson of the United States
 
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 ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION RE RELATED CASES DELPHINE ALLEN ET AL. V. CITY OF OAKLAND, CASE C-00-4599-TEH  3
District Court of the Northern District of California.
URGENT NEED FOR DECISION ON RELATED CASE MOTION
Campbell
is a suit challenging the Oakland Police Department's using excessiveforce on peaceful protesters in violation of OPD's Crowd Management/Crowd ControlPolicy. Plaintiffs in
Campbell
seek a Temporary Restraining Order to prevent theOakland Police Department from using excessive force on peaceful protesters atassemblies and demonstrations that are highly likely to occur later
today
. Particularlybecause relief from this Court is necessary on a very short time frame to avoid irreparableharm to constitutional rights, the interests of justice and the criteria under the Local Rulesweigh strongly in favor of conducting these proceedings with a judge who already hasfamiliarity with the Oakland Police Department and its Crowd Management/CrowdControl Policy.
WHY THE CASES SHOULD BE RELATED
The following cases have been before Judge Henderson:1.
Spalding et al v. City of Oakland et al.
, C11-02867 TEH;2.
Coles, et al. v. City of Oakland and Local 10, International Longshore andWarehouse Union, et al v. City of Oakland
, Nos. C03-2961 and 2962 TEH;3.
 Delphine Allen, et al. v. City of Oakland, et al
., Master File No 00-4599 TEH.
 Delphine Allen
was the earliest filed case and
Coles
and
 Local 10
, and
Spalding
wereeach related to
 Delphine Allen
by order of Judge Henderson. Plaintiffs move to relate theinstant case to these three cases, and hereby file this Administrative Motion to ConsiderWhether Cases Should be Related. These cases are related because they involve many ofthe same parties and policies of the Oakland Police Department, and because there will bean unduly burdensome duplication of labor and expenses if they are conducted by

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