District of Delaware Civil Rights Cases

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Cases 21 - 30 of 1,300
Jones v. City of Lewes, Delaware
as 1:2015cv00199
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: City of Lewes, Delaware
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline et al
as 1:2015cv00203
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline, New Castle County Delaware, The City of Dover Delaware
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. Town of Guilford, CT et al.
as 1:2015cv00202
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: Town of Guilford, CT, City of New Haven, CT
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. Town of Bridgeville Delaware
as 1:2015cv00204
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: Town of Bridgeville Delaware
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. Delaware Technical and Community College
as 1:2015cv00198
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: Delaware Technical and Community College
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. City of Newark
as 1:2015cv00205
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: City of Newark
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. Town of Georgetown, Delaware
as 1:2015cv00201
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: Town of Georgetown, Delaware
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Jones v. City of Newark, Delaware
as 1:2015cv00200
Plaintiff: Matthew N. Jones
Defendant: City of Newark, Delaware
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Grubbs v. Newark Delaware Police Department et al
as 1:2015cv00195
Plaintiff: Jason W. Grubbs
Defendant: Newark Delaware Police Department , James Marconi , Maier and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
DiFlorio v. City of Dover et al
as 1:2015cv00186
Plaintiff: Stephen DiFlorio
Defendant: City of Dover, Brian K. Berns, Melvin and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
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