Eighth Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 40,242
Williams v. Young et al
as 4:2015cv04094
Plaintiff: Frank Allen Williams
Defendant: Darin Young, Marty Jackley
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Joseph Lindsey v. Sheriff William Hollenbeck, et al
as 15-2088
Plaintiff - Appellee: Joseph Lindsey
Defendant - Appellant: Sheriff William Hollenbeck, Sebastian County, Arkansas, Official and Individual Capacity, Jail Administrator John Devane, Official and Individual Capacity, Medical Administrator Pam Carnell, Official and Individual Capacity and others
Defendant: Nurse Cheryl Makinson
Mark Starkey v. Heath Spackler
as 15-2093
Petitioner - Appellant: Mark A. Starkey
Respondent - Appellee: Heath Spackler
Robert Heffernan v. John Felts, et al
as 15-2089
Plaintiff - Appellant: Robert R. Heffernan
Defendant - Appellee: John Felts, Chairman, Board of Pardons and Parole, Board of Pardons and Parole
Frederickson v. Illinois State, Secretary of State
as 4:2015cv00064
Petitioner: Rex Allen Frederickson
Respondent: Illinois State, Secretary of State
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (Federal)
Wesley Benoit, Sr. v. Warden D. Young
as 15-2092
Plaintiff - Appellant: Wesley Benoit, Sr.
Defendant - Appellee: Warden D. Young
Kennedy v. Hobbs et al
as 4:2015cv00288
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Lynam v. USA
as 6:2015cv03211
Respondent: USA
Movant: Jamie Jennifer Lynam
Cause Of Action: Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentenc
Phillip Willyard v. Wendy Kelley
as 15-2095
Plaintiff - Appellant: Phillip L. Willyard
Defendant - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction
Warren v. USA
as 1:2015cv00091
Respondent: USA
Petitioner: Martinez M. Warren
Cause Of Action: Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentenc
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