U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

Prison Condition Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 1,877
Curtis Hunter v. CXW, et al
as 18-10055
Plaintiff - Appellant: CURTIS HUNTER
Defendant - Appellee: CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA, WARDEN, RON DAY, Chaplain and others
Raymond Johnson v. Secretary, Florida Department, et al
as 18-10037
Plaintiff - Appellant: RAYMOND JOHNSON
Defendant - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, LESLIE COLOMBANI, JULIANE DWARE and others
Anibal Morales v. 20th Judicial Circuit Lee Co., et al
as 17-15538
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANIBAL S. MORALES
Defendant - Appellee: 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LEE COUNTY, SECOND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS LAKELAND FL
Matthew Phillips v. Jerry Robbins, Jr., et al
as 17-15523
Plaintiff - Appellant: MATTHEW SHERMAN PHILLIPS
Defendant - Appellee: JERRY EDWARD ROBBINS, JR., M.D., IVAN PROVISION, MD, SUSSMUNE STUBBS and others
Anthony Baker, Jr. v. Mike Williams, et al
as 17-15516
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANTHONY R. BAKER, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: MIKE WILLIAMS, MICHAEL D. BRUNO, Director of Corrections, MORRIS and others
Johnnie Dirden v. State of Florida
as 17-15421
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHNNIE LEE DIRDEN
Defendant - Appellee: STATE OF FLORIDA
Jeffery Jackson v. Mark Cieutat, et al
as 17-15406
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEFFERY JAMES JACKSON
Defendant - Appellee: MARK ALAN CIEUTAT, GUY NAQUIN
Elijah Jackson, Jr. v. Secretary, Florida Department
as 17-15389
Plaintiff - Appellant: ELIJAH JACKSON, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Anthony Fails v. Secretary, Florida Department, et al
as 17-15403
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANTHONY J. FAILS
Defendant - Appellee: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, CALVIN A. MICHAEL
Adrian Jenkins v. Joseph Hutcheson, et al
as 17-15395
Plaintiff - Appellant: ADRIAN JENKINS
Defendant - Appellee: JOSEPH HUTCHESON, INTERNAL AFFAIRS GA

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