Fifth Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 98,410
Cauthen v. Glass et al
as 3:2015cv00379
Plaintiff: Ted Dewayne Cauthen
Defendant: Orlando Glass, Trinity Food Services Group, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Latney v. Lauderdale County Detention Facility
as 3:2015cv00377
Plaintiff: Curtis Latney
Defendant: Lauderdale County Detention Facility
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Garcia v. TDCJ Boyd Unit et al
as 6:2015cv00167
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Constance v. Cain et al
as 3:2015cv00329
Respondent: N. Burl Cain, James Caldwell
Petitioner: David Constance
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Charles Andrus v. William Stephens, Director
as 15-20285
Petitioner - Appellant: CHARLES R. ANDRUS
Respondent - Appellee: WILLIAM STEPHENS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
Frank McCall, Jr. v. Indigent Defenders Office, et al
as 15-30465
Plaintiff - Appellant: FRANK L. MCCALL, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: INDIGENT DEFENDERS OFFICE, GRAYDON K. KITCHENS, JR., BOBBY L. CULPEPPER and others
Frank McCall, Jr. v. Roy Brun, et al
as 15-30467
Plaintiff - Appellant: FRANK L. MCCALL, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: ROY L. BRUN, RAMON LAFITTE, JENNIFER CLASON and others
Clifford Wheatley v. Wayne Scott, et al
as 15-40721
Plaintiff - Appellant: CLIFFORD HOWARD WHEATLEY
Defendant - Appellee: WAYNE SCOTT, Director Community Education Center, HENERY PATTERSON, Sheriff, LIBERTY COUNTY and others
USA v. Said Herrera
as 15-50445
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: SAID FRANCISCO HERRERA, also known as Shorty
Tony Jones v. UTMB, et al
as 15-40726
Plaintiff - Appellant: TONY RAY JONES
Defendant - Appellee: UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH, at Michael Unit Medical Department, GARY WRIGHT, MELVIN WRIGHT and others
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