My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: New Mexico
A state agency in investigating an unfounded Equal Opportunity complaint. By the way, it was filed by a third party, and the alleged victim not only says it didn't happen, but that I protect her from others. It just so happens, I'm a male, she's a partially-out lesbian, and my office is an lgbtq+ safe zone, so we sent a lot of time discussing her family issues re her orientation. She told them I'm a father figure to her (I'm so old).
When that "victim" didn't work out, they added another one, who also said I hadn't done anything and was like a father figure.
In the meantime, I've been locked out of my office and banned from any activity within the organization. They still have my personally owned computer, not used for employer activities (I use the organizational computer for that). But since I often worked up to 16 hours a day or longer, I kept my personal computer there for personal stuff. They also have medications, though I can replace those with some cost. They refuse to give me anything from my office, including the computer and meds. Do I have any legal recourse?