Lebron v. Secretary of the Florida Department of Children & Families

Plaintiff: Luis W. Lebron
Defendant: Secretary of the Florida Department of Children & Families
Case Number: 6:2011cv01473
Filed: September 6, 2011
Court: Florida Middle District Court
Office: Orlando Office
County: Orange
Referring Judge: David A. Baker
Presiding Judge: Mary S. Scriven
Nature of Suit: Other Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Luis W. Lebron
Represented By: John J. Dingfelder
Represented By: Randall Challen Berg, Jr.
Represented By: Joshua Aaron Glickman
Represented By: Shawn A. Heller
Represented By: Maria Kayanan
Represented By: Randall C. Marshall
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Defendant: Secretary of the Florida Department of Children & Families
Represented By: Jesse Panuccio
Represented By: Marion Drew Parker
Represented By: Lisa M. Raleigh
Represented By: Jason Vail
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