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In SDNY Pauperis Plaintiff Wins $156000 But Can She Collect?

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 20–  In 2015 proceeding in forma pauperis Ms. Ariteshoma Dodoh filed a civil lawsuit to collect on a debt in the U.S. District Court for the South District of New York.  

On May 20 she alone appeared before SDNY Judge Edgardo Ramos, seeking a judgment for $156,750 plus costs against Agunloye Development Corporation, which did not appear at the telephonic hearing. Inner City Press did.  

 Judge Ramos asked Ms. Dodoh is she has access to ECF to view the order he would issue.

She said she did not; not PACER either. He asked for her mailing address in West New York, New Jersey. And later that day he signed an order for the $156,750.00 plus $2395 in costs, and directed the Clerk of Court to close the case. 

But will she be able to collect? The case is Dodoh v. Agunloye et al., 15-cv-7160 (Ramos).


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