Sixth Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

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Reynolds v. Northpoint Training Center
as 5:2015cv00142
Plaintiff: Jason Reynolds
Defendant: Northpoint Training Center
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Nathaniel Ward v. Campbell, et al
as 15-1591
Plaintiff - Appellant: NATHANIEL WARD
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN CAMPBELL, C/O, DAVID THEUT, 048, Hearing Officer
Robert Sango v. Michigan State Office of Admi, et al
as 15-1590
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT D. SANGO
Darryl Robinson v. Joan Roggenbuck
as 15-1587
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRYL A. ROBINSON, named as Hamzah Rafi Farid
Defendant - Appellee: JOAN ROGGENBUCK, Warden
Evans v. Carl et al
as 2:2015cv00079
Plaintiff: Donald Edward Evans
Defendant: Terry Carl, Kenton County Detention Center
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Sumpter v. Burchett et al
as 0:2015cv00030
Plaintiff: Clarence Riley Sumpter
Defendant: Joseph Burchett, Adam Smith
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Lanier Thompson v. Unknown Part(y)(ies), et al
as 15-1581
Plaintiff - Appellant: LANIER THOMPSON
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN PART(Y)(IES), UNKNOWN SISSON, Prison Official/Correctional Officer, UNKNOWN RICHARDSON and others
Darryl Robinson v. Unknown Sanchez
as 15-1570
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRYL A. ROBINSON
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN SANCHEZ, Captain
Terrance Pugh v. Unknown Naples, et al
as 15-1571
Plaintiff - Appellant: TERRANCE PUGH
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN NAPLES, Warden, UNKNOWN PRICE, Deputy Warden, Unknown Prince, UNKNOWN ALEXANDER, Deputy Warden and others
Robert Foley v. LaDonna Thompson
as 15-5508
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT CARL FOLEY
Defendant - Appellee: LADONNA H. THOMPSON, in her official capacity as Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Corrections
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