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Darrell Roberts v. Lynaugh Unit Facility, et al
as 15-50446
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRELL ROBERTS
Defendant - Appellee: LYNAUGH UNIT FACILITY, WILLIAM STEPHENS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION, GLEN WHITFIELD and others
Howard Boddie, Jr. v. Chillicothe Correctional Inst
as 15-3552
Petitioner - Appellant: HOWARD BODDIE, JR.
Respondent - Appellee: CHILLICOTHE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, Warden
Carlos Davenport v. Warden
as 15-3558
Petitioner - Appellant: CARLOS DAVENPORT
Respondent - Appellee: WARDEN, Ross Correctional Institution
Calvin Caldwell, Jr. v. Tammy McGhee
as 15-3560
Plaintiff - Appellant: CALVIN C. CALDWELL
Defendant - Appellee: TAMMY K. MCGHEE
Joseph Lindsey v. Sheriff William Hollenbeck, et al
as 15-2088
Plaintiff - Appellee: Joseph Lindsey
Defendant - Appellant: Sheriff William Hollenbeck, Sebastian County, Arkansas, Official and Individual Capacity, Jail Administrator John Devane, Official and Individual Capacity, Medical Administrator Pam Carnell, Official and Individual Capacity and others
Defendant: Nurse Cheryl Makinson
Robert Heffernan v. John Felts, et al
as 15-2089
Plaintiff - Appellant: Robert R. Heffernan
Defendant - Appellee: John Felts, Chairman, Board of Pardons and Parole, Board of Pardons and Parole
Wesley Benoit, Sr. v. Warden D. Young
as 15-2092
Plaintiff - Appellant: Wesley Benoit, Sr.
Defendant - Appellee: Warden D. Young
Mark Starkey v. Heath Spackler
as 15-2093
Petitioner - Appellant: Mark A. Starkey
Respondent - Appellee: Heath Spackler
Phillip Willyard v. Wendy Kelley
as 15-2095
Plaintiff - Appellant: Phillip L. Willyard
Defendant - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction
United States v. McKenzie
as 15-2081
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: RICHARD ANTHONY MCKENZIE
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