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Litigation

Garcia v. Fox-Young

Case Information

Date Filed: October 27, 2008
State: New Mexico
Issue: Improper Election Communications
Courts that Heard this Case: Second Judicial District Court (Case D-202-CV-200811178)

Issue:

Whether efforts by agents of the Republican Party to research questionable voter registrations and then subsequently disseminate the private information of those voters violate New Mexico law.

Status:

Complaint filed 10/27/08. Answer filed 11/21/08.  Motion to stay discovery and bifurcate discovery filed 12/8/08.  Request for hearing on motion filed 12/8/08.

District Court Documents

  • Complaint PDF
  • Answer (filed 11/21/08)
  • Motion to Stay Discovery and Bifurcate Discovery (filed 12/8/08)
    • Memorandum in Support
  • Request for Hearing on Motion (filed 12/8/08)
  • Motion for Rule 12/Rule 23 Scheduling Conference (filed 12/10/08)
  • Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Motion for Rule 12/Rule 23 Scheduling Conference (filed 1/5/09)
  • Defendant's Reply to Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's motion to Stay Discovery and to Bifurcate Discovery (filed 1/23/09)

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