LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT
NOV 3 2005
JOHN A. CLARKE, CLERK
BY MARTIN GODDERZ, DEPUTY
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
WOLLERSHEIM v. CHURCH [sic] OF SCIENTOLOGY
NOTICE TO: [handwritten] ELLEN MARIE FARNY. Pursuant to theirobligations under C.C.P. §§ 611 and 1209(a)(10), members of the jurypool have informed the Court that you have communicated or attemptedto communicate with jurors regarding the substance of the above-entitled action. You are hereby notified that this conduct, if true,is contemptuous and punishable as such. Further, this conduct maysubject you to arrest and prosecution for a violation of PenalCode § 95.
Under the Court's inherent authority to control itsproceedings, and in furtherance of protecting the integrity of thejury process, you are hereby ordered as follows:
1. You shall not communicate or attempt to communicate inany manner with any person known to you to be a member of the jurypool in this case. 2. You shall not enter the Stanley Mosk Courthouse at 111North Hill Street, Los Angeles at any time during the pendency of thisaction unless required to conduct official court business andthen only upon the advance written permission of the Presiding Judge.
Any violation of this Order is punishable as contempt and maysubject you to arrest and criminal prosecution.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: November 3, 2005
[Signed] William A. McLaughlin
WILLIAM A. MACLAUGHLIN Presiding Judge
California Penal Code § 95 states:
95. Every person who corruptly attempts to influence a juror, orany person summoned or drawn as a juror, or chosen as an arbitratoror umpire, or appointed a referee, in respect to his or her verdictin, or decision of, any cause or proceeding, pending, or about to bebrought before him or her, is punishable by a fine not exceeding tenthousand dollars ($10,000), or by imprisonment in the state prison,if it is by means of any of the following: (a) Any oral or written communication with him or her except inthe regular course of proceedings. (b) Any book, paper, or instrument exhibited, otherwise than inthe regular course of proceedings. (c) Any threat, intimidation, persuasion, or entreaty. (d) Any promise, or assurance of any pecuniary or other advantage.