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

Cases filed


Cases 11 - 20 of 14,542
Matthew Thompson v. B. Smith, et al
as 18-11671
Plaintiff - Appellant: MATTHEW JOHN THOMPSON
Defendant - Appellee: B. SMITH, Lt, J. SIKES, Capt, D. ATKINS, Co and others
Cecil Richardson v. Secretary, Department of Corr., et al
as 18-11718
Petitioner - Appellant: CECIL RICHARDSON
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
Brian Casey v. Secretary, Department of Corr., et al
as 18-11675
Petitioner - Appellant: BRIAN M. CASEY
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Brian Casey v. Secretary, Department of Corr., et al
as 18-11678
Petitioner - Appellant: BRIAN M. CASEY
Respondent - Appellee: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
Shannon Copeland v. Michael McGhee, et al
as 18-11687
Plaintiff - Appellant: SHANNON COPELAND
Defendant - Appellee: MICHAEL P. MCGHEE, DAVID T. MCGHEE, BETTY JOE MCGHEE and others
David Stephens v. Warden
as 18-11692
Plaintiff - Appellant: DAVID TERRENCE STEPHENS
Defendant - Appellee: WARDEN
Carver Askew v. Crosby, et al
as 18-11688
Plaintiff - Appellant: CARVER THOMAS ASKEW
Defendant - Appellee: CROSBY, DONNIE SEGREE, Sergeant, ROLLIN AUSTIN, Captain and others
Charnesha Alexander v. USA
as 18-11691
Petitioner - Appellant: CHARNESHA ALEXANDER
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
James Smith, Jr. v. Adam Van, et al
as 18-11689
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES V SMITH, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: ADAM VAN, Correctional Officer, BAILEY, Sergeant, RONALD M. TADLOCK, Sergeant and others
Jose Montalban v. John Doe, et al
as 18-11697
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOSE MONTALBAN
Defendant - Appellee: JOHN DOE, S.I.S. Officer's, FNU BOLLEY, Unit manager for B-Unit, FNU SMITH, Case Manager B Unit and others

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