Kilgore v. Secretary, Department of Corrections et al

Respondent: Attorney General and Secretary, Department of Corrections
Petitioner: Dean Kilgore
Case Number: 8:2011cv01329
Filed: June 15, 2011
Court: Florida Middle District Court
Office: Tampa Office
County: Polk
Presiding Judge: Elizabeth A. Kovachevich
Referring Judge: Thomas B. McCoun
Nature of Suit: Death Penalty
Cause of Action: 28:2254
Jury Demanded By: None

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Respondent: Secretary, Department of Corrections
Represented By: Katherine Vickers Blanco
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Petitioner: Dean Kilgore
Represented By: William McKinley Hennis, III
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