Pervu v. City of Oneonta

Plaintiffs filed a Complaint with the United States District Court, Northern District of New York, alleging that the City of Oneonta had falsely classified Plaintiffs’ apartment building uninhabitable. After April J. Laws moved to dismiss the Complaint pursuant to FRCP Rules 8(a) and 12(b), Plaintiffs asserted, pursuant to Section 1983, that they were the victims of discrimination, defamation, perjury, false statements, witness tampering, and “a very clear case of judicial misconduct” during state court proceedings initiated by the City.  When dismissing the Complaint in its entirety, the Court agreed with the City when finding that Plaintiffs failed to plead any plausible causes of action.