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Seeks monetary relief between $200k and $1m

Lawsuit still in limbo

By Gregg Romero Wendorf

ALAMO – Based on current court documents filed with the Hidalgo County District Clerk’s Office, it appears that the lawsuit Alamo Municipal Judge Celia Garcia filed last October against the City of Alamo, which seeks monetary relief of more than $200,000 but less than $1 million, is in some state of limbo.
Celia Garcia, who is married to Hidalgo County Court-at-Law #6 Judge Albert Garcia, has been Alamo’s municipal judge since 2009 and was recently re-elected this past November. She filed her lawsuit against her own city last October. Her attorney of record is McAllen-based Francisco J. Rodriguez.

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