U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 1,687
Ouellette v. Desjardins, et al
as 15-1624
Plaintiff - Appellant: DANIEL A. OUELLETTE
Defendant - Appellee: GUY DESJARDINS, LANE FELDMAN, JOHN LEBEL and others
Drewry v. Correct Care Solutions, et al
as 15-1596
Plaintiff - Appellant: BRANDON BOONE DREWRY
Defendant - Appellee: CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS, ELISABETH LAMSON, Health Services Administrator, ROBERT CLINTON, Regional Medical Director and others
Interested Party: JANET T. MILLS, Attorney General
Martin v. Landry
as 15-1610
Petitioner - Appellant: CHRISTOPHER R. MARTIN
Respondent - Appellee: SCOTT LANDRY
Carvell v. Reilly
as 15-1618
Petitioner - Appellant: JASON CARVELL
Respondent - Appellee: EDWARD REILLY, Northern NH Correctional Facility, Warden
Roberts v. Medeiros
as 15-1594
Petitioner - Appellant: DONNELL LEROY ROBERTS
Respondent - Appellee: SEAN MEDEIROS, Superintendent - MCI Norfolk
Rivera-Rodriguez v. US
as 15-1558
Petitioner - Appellant: GABRIEL RIVERA-RODRIGUEZ
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES
Crosby v. US
as 15-1560
Petitioner - Appellant: JOHN CROSBY
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES
Clemente, et al v. O'Brien, et al
as 15-1528
Respondent - Appellee: LUIS S. SPENCER, Superintendent, MCI Norfolk, MARTHA COAKLEY, Attorney General of the State of Massachusetts, STEVEN J. O'BRIEN
Landron-Class v. US
as 15-1534
Petitioner - Appellant: REYNALDO LANDRON-CLASS
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES
Cavanaugh v. Fitzgibbon, et al
as 15-1530
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANTHONY J. CAVANAUGH, Individually and as Administrator of the Estate of Gina M. Scopa
Defendant - Appellee: DANIEL FITZGIBBON, ANDREA J. CABRAL, Individually and as Sheriff of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, GERALD HORGAN, Individually and as Superintendent of the Suffolk County House of Correction and others
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