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In re: David Hernandez
as 15-50458
Movant: In re: DAVID LIGHTFOOT HERNANDEZ
In re: Jesse Garcia
as 15-50459
Movant: In re: JESSE GARCIA
Juan Valenzuela v. William Stephens, Director
as 15-50460
Petitioner - Appellant: JUAN MANUEL VALENZUELA
Respondent - Appellee: WILLIAM STEPHENS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
Deborah Alverson v. Harrison County, MS, et al
as 15-60365
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEBORAH K. ALVERSON
Defendant - Appellee: HARRISON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, By and Through its Board of Supervisors, MELVIN BRISOLARA, Harrison County Sheriff, in his official and individual capacity, CINDY GRIFFITH, Animal Control Officer and Deputy Sheriff, Badge No. 422 in her official and individual capacity
Edwin Retana v. Loretta Lynch
as 15-60366
Petitioner: EDWIN GIOVANNI RETANA
Respondent: LORETTA LYNCH, U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Keith Dodds v. Terracon Consultants, Inc.
as 15-90019
Plaintiff - Respondent: KEITH DODDS
Defendant - Petitioner: TERRACON CONSULTANTS, INCORPORATED
Lydia Donati v. Ford Motor Company
as 15-1600
Plaintiff - Appellant: LYDIA DONATI
Defendant - Appellee: FORD MOTOR COMPANY GENERAL RETIREMENT PLAN, RETIREMENT COMMITTEE
Mary Stamm v. Frederick Miller
as 15-1601
Plaintiff - Appellee: MARY STAMM, Personal Representative of the Estate of Carl A. Stamm, IV
Defendant - Appellant: FREDERICK MILLER
Defendant: VILLAGE OF FOWLERVILLE
Elmer Phifer v. Comm of Social Security
as 15-1602
Plaintiff - Appellant: ELMER PHIFER
Defendant - Appellee: COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY
Sarah Curry v. William Cotton
as 15-3562
Plaintiff - Appellee: SARAH CURRY
Defendant - Appellant: WILLIAM COTTON
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