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Judge asked to review church’s proposed ‘gag order’
April 26, 2017
A Santa Fe judge has been asked to take up the question of how much information the Roman Catholic Church can conceal in clerical sex abuse cases.

City Settles Harassment Suit Against Former Officer for $770K
May 7, 2015
Uriel J. Garcia, The New Mexican
Eight women who filed a federal lawsuit accusing a former Santa Fe police officer of harassment have accepted a $770,000 settlement from the city.

Schools Reach Settlement Without Suit
February 13, 2013
T.S. Last, Albuquerque Journal
Santa Fe Public Schools and the parents of a girl who sued her cell phone to capture video of a school bus driver inappropriately touching her and another girl in 2011 have reached a settlement.

For Mentally Ill Inmates, Health Care Behind Bars Is Often Out Of Reach
February 3, 2012
Elizabeth Chuck, MSNBC
A man who was declared suicidal by a New Mexico jail and alleges he was then left to rot in solitary confinement for nearly two years is just one of many former inmates who say they were denied essential mental health services while incarcerated at that detention center, which like others across the country has struggled with how to treat the mentally ill.

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