Evans et al v. Drug Enforcement Administration

Plaintiff: Nathaniel Evans and Arlene Quinn
Defendant: Drug Enforcement Administration
Case Number: 2:2008cv03965
Filed: July 17, 2008
Court: Louisiana Eastern District Court
Office: Drug Related Seizure of Property Office
County: St Charles
Presiding Judge: Eldon E. Fallon
Referring Judge: Sally Shushan
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: U.S. Government Defendant
Jury Demanded By: 00:0000 Cause Code Unknown

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Plaintiff: Nathaniel Evans
Represented By: Tonya S. Johnson
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Plaintiff: Arlene Quinn
Represented By: Tonya S. Johnson
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Defendant: Drug Enforcement Administration
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