District of New Mexico Civil Rights Cases

Housing/Accommodations Cases, Dockets and Filings

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OPENED IN ERROR
as 1:2015cv00397
Defendant: Unknown Persons
Plaintiff: Unknown Persons
Cause Of Action: Cause Code Unknown
Castillo v. Vista Mesa Villa et al
as 1:2015cv00344
Plaintiff: Cheryl Castillo
Defendant: Vista Mesa VIlla , Showe Managment Corporation
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Civil Rights Act
State of New Mexico et al v. Robinson
as 1:2013cv01038
Defendant: Deborah S. Robinson
Plaintiff: County of Los Alamos, State of New Mexico
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Civil Rights Act
Henton v. Albuquerque Housing Authority et al
as 1:2013cv00133
Plaintiff: Darlene Henton
Defendant: Albuquerque Housing Authority , Vicente Quevedo
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Declaratory Judgment
Thomas v. Lobo Village et al
as 1:2013cv00118
Plaintiff: Erin Thomas
Defendant: Lobo Village, American Campus Community OP, LLC , American Campus Community Management, LLC
Cause Of Action: Fair Housing Act
United States of America v. Croom
as 1:2012cv01132
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Michael Croom
Cause Of Action: Fair Housing Act
City of Albuquerque v. Oxford House, Inc., et al
as 1:2012cv01007
Defendant: Anuradha H. Shama, John Sabourin, Ryan J. Villa and others
Plaintiff: City of Albuquerque
Cause Of Action: Fair Housing Act
Scott v. Croom
as 1:2012cv00680
Defendant: Michael F Croom
Plaintiff: Dereck A Scott
Cause Of Action: Fair Housing Act
OPENED IN ERROR
as 1:2012cv00317
Plaintiff: Unknown Persons
Defendant: Unknown Persons
Cause Of Action: Cause Code Unknown
Ferguson v. Board of County Commissioners of Sierra County et al
as 2:2011cv01001
Plaintiff: Andrew Ferguson
Defendant: Board of County Commissioners of Sierra County, Janet Porter-Carrajo, Curtis Cherry and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
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