Judge Crandall issues a Standing Case Management Order in all civil filings, which contemplates an expedited discovery procedure through the use of a Pretrial Discovery Conference. These documents appear on the links below.
The State Bar of California has adopted the Guidelines of Civility and Professionalism set forth below.
Uncivil or unprofessional conduct not only disserves the individual involved, but also demeans the legal profession and system of justice as a whole. Judge Crandall strongly endorses these Guidelines and encourages counsel to take the attorney's pledge that appears at the end.
Copies of the full and abbreviated versions will be available in Department 9.
|Barrette v. VanScyoc, CV12-0365.pdf||08/01/2017|
|Loumena v. Pierce, 16CV-0564.pdf||08/01/2017|
|Mesa Comm. Alliance v. CA Dept of Parks, 14CV-0096.pdf||08/01/2017|
|VanNess v. Port San Luis, CV13-0369 (summary judgment)||10/31/2016|
|Ponce v. Matich, 14CVP-0132 (summary judgment)||08/19/2015|
|Wallace v. Fortington 14CVP-0291.pdf||04/02/2016|
|Save the Park v. Frye, 16CV-0064.pdf||07/27/2017|
|Longstreath v. PAQ, 15CV0206.pdf||10/22/2016|
|VanNess v. Port San Luis, CV13-0369 (summary judgment).pdf||10/22/2016|
|Zamora v. Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, 15CV-0247.pdf||10/31/2016|
|Ponce v. Matich, 14CVP-0132 (summary judgment).pdf||08/19/2015|
|Wies v. Alban, 16CV0250.pdf||06/23/2017|
|Waddell v. City of San Luis Obispo, 16CV-0491.pdf||07/12/2017|
|Denner v Acevedo, 16CLC0235 (Courtroom Conduct Order).pdf||07/11/2017|