Tomlins v. State of Rhode Island et al

Plaintiff: Richard Tomlins
Defendant: State of Rhode Island and City of Cranston
Case Number: 1:2012cv00707
Filed: October 5, 2012
Court: Rhode Island District Court
Office: Providence Office
County: Providence
Referring Judge: Lincoln D. Almond
Presiding Judge: Ronald R. Lagueux
Nature of Suit: Constitutional - State Statute
Cause of Action: 28:2201 Constitutionality of State Statute(s)
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Richard Tomlins
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Defendant: State of Rhode Island
Represented By: Thomas A. Palombo
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Defendant: City of Cranston
Represented By: Joseph V. Cavanagh, III
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