Mere Moments Ago Judge David Carter Issues Minute Order Extending His Temporary Restraining Order Against Orange County Or Cities Evicting Homeless People From Santa Ana River Bed Until The End Of Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 14

For background, see Luke Money‘s excellent coverage in the Times, starting with this January 29 article on the Lawsuit and continuing with this article on the February 13 hearing. Coverage is also being handled by Hannah Fry and Doug Smith. You can also download selected pleadings in the case from our Archive.Org site.

This morning a hearing was held before Judge David Carter on the plaintiffs’ motion to grant a temporary order restraining local governments from evicting or arresting homeless people on the bed of the Santa Ana River1 Last week, in anticipation of today’s hearing, Carter issued a temporary injunction which is set to expire at midnight tonight.

Today’s hearing was meant to determine whether the injunction should be extended. It seems that the hearing is continuing over until tomorrow, because mere moments ago he filed a minute order extending the temporary restraining order until tomorrow night “[b]ecause the hearing is continuing to February 14, 2018.”Look for the final order here, and find a transcription of tonight’s order after the break.


PROCEEDINGS (IN CHAMBERS): ORDER CONTINUING TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER [53]

On February 6, 2018, the Court granted a Temporary Restraining Order “pending the hearing set for February 13, 2018” (Dkt. 53). Because the hearing is continuing to February 14, 2018, the Court EXTENDS the Temporary Restraining Order until the end of February 14, 2018.

The Clerk shall serve this minute order on the parties.

  1. Arresting them for breaking anti-homeless laws, anyway. It’s still OK to arrest them for other stuff.
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