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After Bronx Ryder Truck Crash Is Removed to SDNY, Lawyer Asks, Is This Federal Court?

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 19 – Niurka Feliciano was hit by a Ryder truck on 165th Street and Gerard Avenue in The Bronx on November 12, 2019. She sued in state court. It was removed to Federal court.           

On June 21, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John G. Koeltl held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.  

 Before Judge Koeltl began, one of the counsel asked what this was, that a paralegal had just told him to call in. He asked, "Is this Federal court?" Then, the two counsel agreed, We can get through this.  

Judge Koeltl asked about a deficiency in the pleadings for removal, which didn't say where the parties are domiciled. Still, the case will continue, with discovery running to December 17.

The case is Feliciano v. Corchado et al., 21-cv-3342 (Koeltl)


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