U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit Civil Rights Cases

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 3,426
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 15-1549
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Type: Civil Rights Jobs
Nathaniel Magwood v. Jennifer Haberstadt
as 15-1552
Plaintiff - Appellant: NATHANIEL MAGWOOD
Defendant - Appellee: JENNIFER HABERSTADT, City of Charleston Police Dept., THOMAS CONSTANZA, Charleston County Sheriff Dept.
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 15-1544
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant and others
Type: Civil Rights Jobs
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 15-1543
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Type: Civil Rights Jobs
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 15-1540
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
GTC Services, LLC v. Region Q Workforce Investment
as 15-1530
Plaintiff - Appellant: GTC SERVICES, LLC
Defendant - Appellee: REGION Q WORKFORCE INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM, MID-EAST COMMISSION
David Clenney v. V. Swartz
as 15-1535
Plaintiff - Appellant: DAVID T. CLENNEY
Defendant - Appellee: OFFICER V. R. SWARTZ
Linda Evans v. Pitt County Dept Soc Svcs
as 15-1528
Plaintiff - Appellant: LINDA A. EVANS
Defendant - Appellee: GEORGE L. PERRY, Director of Pitt County Social Services in his official capacity, CYNTHIA M. ROSS, in her individual capacity, PITT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES and others
Sin City v. State of North Carolina
as 15-6742
Plaintiff - Appellant: SIN YORK CITY, a/k/a Raymond Dakim Harris Joiner
Defendant - Appellee: STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Lee Sewell v. James Rogers
as 15-1527
Plaintiff - Appellant: LEE ROY SEWELL
Defendant - Appellee: MAGISTRATE JAMES F. ROGERS, DILLON COUNTY
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