U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 24,899
Requena v. Sheridan, et al
as 17-3096
Petitioner - Appellant: ADRIAN M. REQUENA
Defendant - Appellee: G. SHERIDAN, CCII Unit Team, in his individual and official capacity, A. FLORY, Librarian, in her individual and official capacity, D. LANGFORD, Deputy Warden, in his individual and official capacity and others
United States v. Yankey
as 17-3097
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: DESMOND YANKEY
Sandberg v. Englewood, Colorado, et al
as 17-1147
Plaintiff - Appellant: WESTIN SANDBERG
Defendant - Appellee: ENGLEWOOD, COLORADO, a municipality, DUGAN S. COMER, individual and in his official capacity as Englewood City Attorney, TOM SCHNEIDER, individually and in his official capacity and others
Norton, et al v. Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
as 17-4063
Plaintiff - Appellant: RAY E. NORTON, LARUE NORTON, DIANA NORTON NAYLOR
Defendant - Appellee: WELLS FARGO BANK N.A.
Muathe, et al v. Fleming, et al
as 17-3095
Plaintiff - Appellant: KASEY KING, ERIC M. MUATHE
Plaintiff: JULIE STOVER, NOAH DAY, LESTER MOORE and others
Defendant - Appellee: LORI B. FLEMING, KURTIS LOY, MY TOWN MEDIA, INC. and others
Defendant: WILLIAM BILL WACHTER
Attorney - Appellant: ADEBAYO I.K. OGUNMENO
United States v. Amador-Flores
as 17-2056
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: JAVIER AMADOR-FLORES
Davis v. Fox
as 17-1145
Petitioner - Appellant: WILLIE L. DAVIS
Respondent - Appellee: JACK FOX
Farris v. Ohio Security Insurance
as 17-1146
Plaintiff - Appellant: DAWN FARRIS
Defendant - Appellee: OHIO SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
Type: Contract Insurance
Hernandez v. Berumen, et al
as 17-2055
Plaintiff - Appellant: JUAN HERNANDEZ
Defendant - Appellee: EDWARD BERUMEN, ROSLYN WALDEN, JASON DUCAN and others
In re: Johnson
as 17-2054
Petitioner: In re: ERIC LAMONT JOHNSON

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