District of Pennsylvania Civil Rights Cases

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BIERLEY v. SAMBROAK We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2013cv00326
Defendant: ROBERT SAMBROAK
Plaintiff: HARRY L. BIERLEY
Cause Of Action: Misprision of treason
Type: Civil Rights Voting
WOODARD v. ALLEGHENY COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS et al
as 2:2012cv00535
Plaintiff: JEFFREY D. WOODARD
Defendant: ALLEGHENY COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, PA SECRETARY OF STATE, REGINA DUGAN and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Civil Rights Violation
Type: Civil Rights Voting
MARIN v. SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWELATH OF PENNSYLVANIA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2011cv00123
Defendant: SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
Plaintiff: MEL M. MARIN
Cause Of Action: Declaratory Judgment
Type: Civil Rights Voting
TURNER v. HAEMONETICS CORPORATION et al
as 2:2010cv01190
Plaintiff: LARRY DARNELL TURNER
Defendant: HAEMONETICS CORPORATION, MANPOWER, INC.
Cause Of Action: e Job Discrimination (Employment)
Type: Civil Rights Voting
GROVES v. COUNTY OF WASHINGTON, MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION UNIT
as 2:2010cv00807
Plaintiff: RACHELLE GROVES
Defendant: COUNTY OF WASHINGTON, MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION UNIT
Cause Of Action: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Type: Civil Rights Voting
DUCK
as 2:2008cv99999
Plaintiff: DUCK
Cause Of Action: Federal Election Commission
TAYLOR et al v. ONORATO et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2006cv00481
Cause Of Action: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
MEANS v. TELETECH
as 2:2006cv00461
Cause Of Action: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
MAGWOOD v. FRENCH et al
as 2:2005cv00945
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
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