U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

General Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 41 - 50 of 494
Robert Whoie v. Warden
as 16-5146
Petitioner - Appellant: Robert Whoie
Respondent - Appellee: Warden
Larry Varner v. USPC, et al
as 16-5148
Petitioner - Appellant: Larry A. Varner
Respondent - Appellee: United States Parole Commission, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Raymond Byrd, Warden, Correctional Treatment Facility - Corrections Corporation of America and others
Muhsin Abdur-Rahiim v. USA
as 16-5132
Petitioner - Appellant: Muhsin Hanif Abdur-Rahiim
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Guillermo Gonzalez v. Stacey Stone
as 16-5115
Petitioner - Appellant: Guillermo Somarriba Gonzalez
Respondent - Appellee: Stacey Stone, Warden
Kenneth Copeland v. USA
as 16-5087
Petitioner - Appellant: Kenneth G. Copeland
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Hamid Razak, et al v. Barack Obama, et al
as 16-5074
Petitioner - Appellant: Hamid Al Razak, Detainee
Petitioner - Appellee: Bisher Al Rawi, As next friend of Hamid Al Razak
Respondent - Appellee: Barack Obama, President of the United States, Ashton B. Carter, Secretary, United States Department of Defense, Peter J. Clarke, Army Brigadier General, Commander Joint Task Force-GTMO and others
Michael Matthews v. Loretta Lynch
as 16-5055
Petitioner - Appellant: Michael Matthews
Respondent - Appellee: Loretta E. Lynch, Attorney General
Sherman Fields v. USA, et al
as 16-5041
Petitioner - Appellant: Sherman Lamont Fields
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America and Loretta E. Lynch, Attorney General
Ronnie Harris v. USA
as 16-5050
Petitioner - Appellant: Ronnie L. Harris
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Terence Bethea v. USA
as 16-5021
Petitioner - Appellant: Terence K. Bethea
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America

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