U.S.
v.
Vidal-Medina

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, SeattleSep 30, 2005
No. CR02-374C. (W.D. Wash. Sep. 30, 2005)

No. CR02-374C.

September 30, 2005


ORDER COMPELLING DEFENDANTS TO PROVIDE VOICE EXEMPLARS


This matter comes before the Court on the Government's Motion for Order Compelling Defendants To Provide Voice Exemplar (Dkt. No. 625), Defendant Maximiliano Vidal-Medina's Nonopposition to Motion for Voice Exemplar (Dkt. No. 634), and Defendant Carlos Garibay Del Toro's Non-Opposition to Government's Motion for an Order Compelling Voice Exemplar (Dkt. No. 647). The Court having considered the United States' memorandum in support of its motion, the responses filed by the Defendants indicating their nonopposition, and the files and records herein, hereby finds and rules as follows.

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the above-named Defendants, upon request by the United States, shall furnish a voice exemplar, to be used solely as a standard of comparison to determine whether Defendants are the participants in certain recorded conversations.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall either agree on the method by which the voice exemplar shall be taken, or shall notify the Court that they cannot agree and schedule a hearing.