U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 15,756
US v. Windley
as 16-1949
Appellant: UNITED STATES
Defendant - Appellee: TRAVIS WINDLEY
US v. Constant
as 16-1970
Appellee: UNITED STATES
Defendant - Appellant: BRUNEL CONSTANT, a/k/a Jamal
Harris v. PHH Mortgage Corporation
as 16-1946
Plaintiff - Appellant: RONEY HARRIS
Defendant - Appellee: PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Defendant: HONORABLE BARBARA J. ROUSE, Chief Justice of Superior Court, LAURA S. GENTILE, Hampden County Clerk of Courts
McDonough v. City of Portland
as 16-1959
Plaintiff - Appellant: PAUL M. MCDONOUGH
Defendant - Appellee: PORTLAND, ME
Intervenor - Appellee: NON-RESERVED TAXI GROUP INC.
Interested Party: AIRPORT TAXI GROUP
US v. Amaro-Santiago
as 16-1948
Appellee: UNITED STATES
Defendant - Appellant: RICARDO AMARO-SANTIAGO
Winslowet-Alps v. Mathes, et al
as 16-1951
Plaintiff - Appellant: ALDIN W. WINSLOWET-ALPS
Defendant - Appellee: BETTY MATHES, RADHA MAJUMBDAR, FOLEY and others
US v. Mennealy
as 16-1952
Appellee: UNITED STATES
Defendant - Appellant: MATTHEW MENNEALY
Smith v. City of Worcester, et al
as 16-1957
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEROME E. SMITH
Defendant - Appellee: WORCESTER, MA, GARY J. GEMME, Chief of Police, TERRENCE CAHILL, Detective and others
Defendant: THOMAS BISHOP, Detective, CHRISTOPHER PANARELLO, Detective, GARY MORRIS, Detective
Interested Party: SONIA MEDINA, ELIZABETH MEDINA, SHALIMAR GONZALEZ and others
Platt v. US
as 16-1961
Petitioner: THOMAS PLATT
Respondent: UNITED STATES
Dickey v. Boston, MA, et al
as 16-1962
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES DICKEY
Defendant - Appellee: BOSTON, MA, through the Inspectional Service Department, EDWARD COBURN, individually and in his official capacity as lawyer for the City of Boston, JAMES JOSEPH COTTER, III, individually and in his official capacity as receiver for the Boston Housing Court and others
Type: Other Statutes RICO

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