In this appeal from a summary judgment for respondents, pro se appellant argued that the District Court improperly applied the doctrine of res judicata to bar issues that could have been raised in a prior administrative proceeding and a prior eviction action, among other issues. Appellant had been evicted from public housing and then brought an action seeking a TRO to stop the eviction. The District Court held that such claims were bared by res judicata based because they could have been raised during the eviction action. The Court of Appeals agreed. Affirmed.
A10-1549 Albert v. Minneapolis Pub. Hous. Auth. (Hennepin County)