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

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Cases 1 - 10 of 7,233
Demarco Taylor v. Helen Hamilton, et al
as 15-2105
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEMARCO L. TAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: HELEN HAMILTON, ANGELICA JOYNER, Correctional Officer, GRIEVANCE OFFICER HASTINGS and others
Theopolis Williams v. Rick Harrington, et al
as 15-2100
Plaintiff - Appellant: THEOPOLIS WILLIAMS
Defendant - Appellee: RICK HARRINGTON, GAIL WALLS, RN, Director of Nurses, Menard Correctional Center, KIMBERLY BUTLER, Warden of Programs, Menard Correctional Center and others
Dale Maisano v. National Commission on Correct, et al
as 15-2084
Plaintiff - Appellant: DALE MAISANO
Defendant - Appellee: NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE, ZURAN VUHCEVIC, CHRIS JOHNSON and others
Mickey Miller v. Aramark Food Service, et al
as 15-2086
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICKEY MILLER
Defendant - Appellee: ARAMARK FOOD SERVICE, JANE DOE, sued as Nurse Jane Doe
Thomas Farrugia v. Charles Daniels
as 15-2089
Petitioner - Appellant: THOMAS FARRUGIA
Respondent - Appellee: CHARLES A. DANIELS, Warden
Timothy Bailey v. USA
as 15-2087
Petitioner - Appellant: TIMOTHY BAILEY
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Kenneth Price v. USA
as 15-2085
Petitioner - Appellant: KENNETH JAMES PRICE
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Darryl Hamilton v. Tarry Williams
as 15-2068
Petitioner - Appellant: DARRYL HAMILTON
Respondent - Appellee: TARRY WILLIAMS, Warden, Stateville Correctional Center
Theodore Luczak v. Randy Pfister, et al
as 15-2072
Plaintiff - Appellant: THEODORE LUCZAK
Defendant - Appellee: ANABELLE MOTTELER, Assistant Warden, JANE DOE, Correctional Officer, JOHN DOE, Correctional Officer and others
James Kilian v. Timothy Douma
as 15-2077
Petitioner - Appellant: JAMES KILIAN
Respondent - Appellee: TIMOTHY DOUMA
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