Phaedra Haywood

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The state of New Mexico agreed to pay $360,000 to cover legal fees the Santa Fe Reporter racked up fighting a yearslong battle over public rec…

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Sweat lodges at New Mexico prisons, most built by advocate in 1980s, help Native American inmates continue religious practices while incarcerated.

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Mr. Neal,
Because some of the initial reporting on this was done 5 years ago I went back to SFPD and the First Judicial District Court to double check the search warrant issue.
Neither agency had any record of a search warrant, and records produced by SFPD in response to my queries …

In addition to testing breath alcohol levels, the device also takes a picture of the user — which is matched against a master photo taken at setup — to confirm the identity of the person taking the test.

Actually it did go to court but the men lost their case.