WRIGHT v. THOMPSON

Defendant: CHARLES THOMPSON
Plaintiff: CARLTON WRIGHT
Case Number: 4:2012cv00010
Filed: January 26, 2012
Court: Indiana Southern District Court
Office: New Albany Office
Presiding Judge: Richard L. Young
Referring Judge: William G. Hussmann
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Other
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Civil Rights Act
Jury Demanded By: Both

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Date Filed#Document Text
June 25, 2012 25 Opinion or Order of the Court ENTRY ON DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO DISMISS - Defendant's motion to dismiss 18 is denied. Signed by Judge Richard L. Young on 6/25/2012. (JLM)

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Defendant: CHARLES THOMPSON
Represented By: James S. Stephenson
Represented By: Ian L. Stewart
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Plaintiff: CARLTON WRIGHT
Represented By: Christopher Carson Myers
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