[ 3/24/17 ] SETTLEMENT APPROVED AND FINAL JUDGMENT ISSUED - The Court approved the settlement of the case and attorneys fees and issued a Final Order/Judgment. You may read the documents here.

[ 10/13/16 ] MOTION FOR ATTORNEYS FEES FILED - Counsel for the plaintiffs filed their motion for attorneys fees for their work on this case. You may read the motion and the supporting documents here.

[ 7/29/16 ] DATE SET FOR HEARING ON FINAL APPROVAL, DECEMBER 2, 2016 - Judge Dolly M. Gee set the hearing for final approval of the settlement on December 2, 2016 at 10 a.m. at the United States District Court for the Central District of California, 350 W. First Street, Courtroom 8C, Los Angeles, CA .

[ 7/29/16 ] HEARING ON PRELIMINARY APPROVAL - Judge Dolly M. Gee grants preliminary approval of the settlement and sets the hearing for final approval of the settlement on December 2, 2016. You may read the order here.

[ 7/1/16 ] MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY APPROVAL FILED - Counsel for the plaintiffs filed the unopposed motion for preliminary approval of the settlement. You may read the motion and the settlement terms here.

[ 3/16/16 ] SETTLEMENT REACHED - Counsel for the plaintiffs and defendants, with the mediation assistance of U.S. Magistrate Judge Patrick J. Walsh, reach a settlement. You may read the press release here.

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Rodriguez et al v. City of Los Angeles, Case No. 11-CV-01135
THE GANG INJUNCTION CURFEW CASE

SETTLEMENT APPROVED [ see court order ]. APPLY NOW FOR SETTLEMENT BENEFITS USING THIS CLAIM FORM.

In 2011, Olu K. Orange, Esq., Hadsell Stormer & Renick LLP and Public Counsel sued the City of Los Angeles for violating the rights of nearly 6,000 Angelenos through the creation and enforcement of 26 gang injunctions with unconstitutional curfew provisions. As part of the settlement, the city agreed to invest $30 million to create job training and apprenticeship programs for the people served with the gang injunction in the course of four years. If you were served with one of the 26 gang injunctions before February 20, 2013, you may qualify for these benefits.


The settlement provides these benefits to class members:
  • Education, job training, job placement services, or services to support you in your current job, for you or a close family member, with a monetary stipend available for certain portions of the training;
  • Tattoo removal services; and
  •  All class members have already been removed from the gang injunction; and LAPD will no longer enforce the gang injunctions against class members.

Frequently Asked Questions

(1) AM I A CLASS MEMBER IN THE CASE?
(2) WHAT BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE?
(3) DO I STILL HAVE TO OBEY THE GANG INJUNCTION?
(4) WHAT IF I AM NOT A U.S. CITIZEN?
(5) WHAT IF I AM IN JAIL OR PRISON?
(6) WHAT IS THE DEADLINE TO APPLY?
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