United States of America v. Polanco-Rodriguez

Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Jose Polanco-Rodriguez
Case Number: 3:2012cv01994
Filed: December 7, 2012
Court: Puerto Rico District Court
Office: San Juan Office
County: Adjuntas
Presiding Judge: Carmen C. Cerezo
Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions
Cause of Action: 28:3001 Federal Debt Collection Act
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
December 26, 2012 4 Opinion or Order of the Court CONSENT JUDGMENT for plaintiff pursuant to the terms and conditions of the parties' 2 Stipulation for Consent Judgment. Signed by Judge Carmen C. Cerezo on 12/26/2012. (mld)

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Plaintiff: United States of America
Represented By: Jose M. Pizarro-Zayas
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