U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

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Jesse Redmond v. Isaac Fulwood, Jr.
as 15-5145
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jesse R. Redmond, Jr.
Defendant - Appellee: Isaac Fulwood, Jr., Former Chairman, United States Parole Commission
Joseph Donelson v. BOP, et al
as 15-5136
Plaintiff - Appellant: Joseph Donelson
Defendant - Appellee: Federal Bureau of Prisons, United States Marshals Service
Daniel Cobble v. Melissa Blalock
as 15-5127
Plaintiff - Appellant: Daniel Eric Cobble
Defendant - Appellee: Melissa Blalock, Clerk, U.S. Supreme Court
Walter Martinez v. Kenneth Wainstein, et al
as 15-5122
Plaintiff - Appellant: Walter Martinez
Defendant - Appellee: Kenneth L. Wainstein, William J. O'Malley, Jr., Elisabeth S. Poteat and others
Brian Smith v. EOUSA, et al
as 15-5125
Plaintiff - Appellant: Brian Eugene Smith
Defendant - Appellee: Executive Office for United States Attorneys
Appellee: Drug Enforcement Administration
Edwin Melton v. DC, et al
as 15-7043
Plaintiff - Appellant: Edwin L. Melton
Defendant - Appellee: District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Pamela Soncini, CFSA Employee; in her Official and Individual Capacity and others
Isreal Hawkins, Jr. v. Loretta Lynch
as 15-5119
Petitioner - Appellant: Isreal Owen Hawkins, Jr.
Respondent - Appellee: Loretta E. Lynch, United States Attorney General
Alvin Dorsey v. DEA
as 15-5110
Plaintiff - Appellant: Alvin Dorsey
Defendant - Appellee: Drug Enforcement Administration
Rene Cobar v. DOJ
as 15-5105
Plaintiff - Appellant: Rene Oswald Cobar
Defendant - Appellee: United States Department of Justice
Alvin Dorsey v. EOUSA
as 15-5104
Plaintiff - Appellant: Alvin Dorsey
Defendant - Appellee: Executive Office for United States Attorneys
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