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

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 5,094
Madera v. Rabsatt
as 17-3979
Petitioner - Appellee: Fernando Madera
Respondent - Appellant: Calvin O. Rabsatt, Superintendent of Riverview Correctional Facility
Lashway v. Fisher
as 17-3828
Plaintiff - Appellant: Steven A. Lashway
Defendant - Appellee: Angel Mendez, Correctional Officer at Wende Correctional Facility, Fredrick Kintzel, Sergeant at Wende Correctional Facility, John Attea, Correctional Officer at Wende Correctional Facility and others
Defendant: Brian S. Fisher, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Correctional Services, Dale Artus, Superintendent of Wende Correctional Facility, Thomas Sticht, Deputy Superintendent of Wende Correctional Facility and others
Smith v. Warden
as 17-3793
Petitioner - Appellant: Eugene C. Smith
Respondent - Appellee: Warden, The State of New York
Johnson v. Superintendent
as 17-3794
Petitioner - Appellee: Jason Johnson
Defendant - Appellant: Superintendent, Attica
Cayne v. United States of America
as 17-3771
Petitioner - Appellant: Marques Cayne
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Santiago v. Annucci
as 17-3768
Petitioner - Appellant: Cheryl Santiago
Respondent - Appellee: Anthony J. Annucci, Acting Commissioner, Sabina Kaplan
Wingate v. City of New York
as 17-3766
Plaintiff - Appellant: Blake Wingate
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York
Williams v. Lee
as 17-3728
Petitioner - Appellant: John A. Williams
Respondent - Appellee: William A. Lee
Wingate v. Labombard
as 17-3753
Plaintiff - Appellant: Blake Wingate
Defendant - Appellee: Brian A. Labombard, Law Library Officer, Thomas James Hanley, Law Library Officer, Michael Kirkpatrick, Superintendent and others
Dorsey v. Saunders
as 17-3761
Petitioner - Appellant: Ronald Dorsey
Respondent - Appellee: Warden Carolyn Saunders

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