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Robert Peede v. Attorney General, State of FL, et al
as 15-12077
Petitioner - Appellant: ROBERT IRA PEEDE
Respondent - Appellee: ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA, SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Walter Moody, Jr. v. Commissioner, AL DOC
as 15-11809
Petitioner - Appellant: WALTER LEROY MOODY, JR.
Respondent - Appellee: COMMISSIONER, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
David Pittman v. Secretary, FL DOC, et al
as 15-11807
Petitioner - Appellant: DAVID JOSEPH PITTMAN
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
Artez Hammonds v. Commissioner, AL DOC
as 15-11797
Petitioner - Appellant: ARTEZ HAMMONDS
Respondent - Appellee: COMMISSIONER, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Etheria Jackson v. Secretary, FL DOC
as 15-11715
Petitioner - Appellant: ETHERIA VERDELL JACKSON
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Ellis Mashburn, Jr. v. Commissioner, AL DOC
as 15-11408
Petitioner - Appellant: ELLIS LOUIS MASHBURN, JR.
Respondent - Appellee: COMMISSIONER, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
John Esposito v. Warden
as 15-11384
Petitioner - Appellant: JOHN ANTHONY ESPOSITO
Respondent - Appellee: WARDEN
William Reaves v. Secretary, FL DOC
as 15-11225
Petitioner - Appellee: WILLIAM REAVES
Respondent - Appellant: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Robert Peede v. Attorney General, State of FL, et al
as 15-10982
Petitioner - Appellee: ROBERT IRA PEEDE
Respondent - Appellant: ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA, SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Rory Conde v. Secretary, FL DOC
as 15-10912
Petitioner - Appellant: RORY CONDE
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
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