Eleventh Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

Death Penalty Cases, Dockets and Filings
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Wimbley v. Raybon
as 1:2023cv00440
Smith v. Hamm et al (DEATH PENALTY)
as 2:2023cv00656
Plaintiff: Kenneth Eugene Smith
Defendant: John Q. Hamm and Terry Raybon
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Corey Schirod Smith v. Commissioner, Alabama Department of Corrections
as 23-13583
Petitioner / Appellant: COREY SCHIROD SMITH
Respondent / Appellee: COMMISSIONER, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Donald O. Williams v. Secretary, Department of Corrections
as 23-13565
Petitioner / Appellant: DONALD O. WILLIAMS
Respondent / Appellee: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Johnson v. Raybon
as 2:2023cv01433
Petitioner: Bart Wayne Johnson
Respondent: Terry Raybon
Cause Of Action: 28 U.S.C. § 2254 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Ronald Knight v. Florida Department of Corrections
as 23-13523
Petitioner / Appellant: RONALD KNIGHT
Respondent / Appellee: FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Michael Sockwell v. Commissioner, Alabama Department of Corrections
as 23-13321
Petitioner / Appellant: MICHAEL SOCKWELL
Defendant / Appellee: COMMISSIONER, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Mitchell v. Raybon
as 2:2023cv01332
Petitioner: Brandon Deon Mitchell
Respondent: Terry Raybon
Cause Of Action: 28 U.S.C. § 2254 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Charles Grover Brant v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 23-13124
Petitioner / Appellant: CHARLES GROVER BRANT
Respondent / Appellee: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA
Michael Duane Zack, III v. Governor of the State of Florida, et al
as 23-13021
Plaintiff / Appellant: MICHAEL DUANE ZACK, III
Defendant / Appellee: GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE OF FLORIDA, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER and others

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