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Welch v. City of Albuquerque

United States District Court, D. New Mexico

April 27, 2018

TERYSA M. WELCH, Plaintiff,
v.
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, a New Mexico Municipality; and Raymond Schultz, Defendants.

          ORDER RESULTING FROM APRIL 26, 2018, PRETRIAL CONFERENCE

         On April 26, 2018, the Court held a pretrial conference in this matter. Ryan Villa and Richelle Anderson represented Plaintiff while Patricia Williams and Lorna Wiggins represented Defendants.[1]

         The Court heard oral argument on the following motions in limine:

1. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Admission of any Alleged Violation of Standard Operation Procedures of APD (Doc. 351), response filed (Doc. 381);
2. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude All References to any Defendant's General Reputation or Reputation for any Particular Trait of Character (Doc. 352), response filed (Doc. 382);
3. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Testimony and Other Evidence from Plaintiff's Expert Ginger S. McRae (Doc. 353), response filed (Doc. 383);
4. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Friends and Family Witnesses (Doc. 354), response filed (Doc. 384);
5. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Admission of EEOC and/or New Mexico Human Rights Bureau Documents (Doc. 355), response filed (Doc. 385);
6. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law Regarding Plaintiff's Alleged Unreported Incidents of Harassment (Doc. 356), response filed (Doc. 386);
7. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Evidence of Events and Claims that are Time-Barred by the Statute of Limitations (Doc. 357), response filed (Doc. 387); and
8. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Admission of Hearsay or Irrelevant Evidence (Doc. 358), response filed (Doc. 389).

         Having considered the motions in limine, the responses, and the argument of counsel, and for the reasons stated on the record, the Court ORDERS as follows:

         A. Defendants' Motion in Limine and Memorandum of Law to Exclude Admission of any Alleged Violation of Standard Operation Procedures of APD (Doc. 351) is granted in part in that:

1. Plaintiff's Ex. 21 is admitted only as to the portion of the General Order on the first page, paragraph A, which states the provision which Plaintiff violated and the sanction level of 6; and the remainder of Plaintiff's Ex. 21 will be redacted;
2. by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, 2018, Plaintiff, after meeting and conferring with Defendants, will submit to the Court Plaintiff's redacted Exs. 94 and 95; consequently, the Court reserves ruling on ...

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