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November 3, 2013 

ALVAREZ, Rafael and DE LA TORRE MORALES, Yuliana

BRIGGS, Alyssa and HILOVSKY, Jason

CASTILLO, Jeanette and LOPEZ JR., Roberto

CERVANTES, Denice and GARCIA-PEREZ, Andres

DODD, Scott and MAESTRETTI-COCONI, Nicole

GALAN, Emily and BRYANT, Gregory

GARCIA-RUIZ, Maria and FLORES, Agustin

GUTIERREZ NAVARRETE, Juan and GONZALEZ ROBLEDO, Esmerada

HOWARD, William and HATMAKER, Laura

LESTER, Sandra and RINALDI, Tammie

LOPEZ, Christian and MENDEZ, Desiree

MARAVILLA, Gerardo and RAMIRO, Alejandra

MARTINEZ-RAMIREZ, Eladio and MOLINA LUGO, Rosa

MCKEE, Vaughn and DREWERY, Katherine

MEAD, Larue and GOOD, Patricia

MENDOZA, Joel and CALDERON, Antoinette

MOODY, Thomas and TAMBURO, Mandy

MORENO, Jhovany and GONZALEZ, Stephanie

MORGAN, Hunter and FOSTER, Tamrya

MORROW, Sharon and KERR, Robyn

PAYAN-ANGULO, Luz and BALDERRAMA-ESQUERRA, Jose

PENA, Vanessa and REYES, Miguel

PINCKNEY, Carol and WELLS, James

RAMIREZ, Karla and TORRES, Agustin

REKER, Patricia and PENDER, James

RENGCHHUP, Saron and SENGCHIAM, Veerapol

ROGERS, Christopher and LAUBER, Lacey

SCHREIBER, Daniel and PRIMAVERA, Aimee

SPEARS, Morgan and BUCHANAN, Joshua

THURMAN, Julie and DIAZ, Oscar

TOLEDO, Jorge and HERNANDEZ, Mariam

TROTT SR., David and KRAMER, Beverly

VARELA, Nivia and BREWSTER, Bradley

VELOZ, Francisco and BAUTISTA ARELLANO, Maria

WEBB, Marissa and TITUS, Matthew

WELCH, James and GARCIA, Nicole

WOOD, Bobby and CARPENTER, Eleanor

YETTMAN, Chase and AYALA, Allison

ZAKARIA, Steven and QARYAQOS, Nina

Source: Stanislaus County Court

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