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

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 4,440
Forbes v. New York City Police Departmen
as 16-4072
Plaintiff - Appellant: James Forbes
Defendant - Appellee: John Doe, Arresting Officer cr I.D. Shield #937424, City of New York, Sergeant Patrick Romain, Shield #5132
Defendant: New York City Police Department
Alexander v. Miller
as 16-4055
Petitioner - Appellant: Michael Alexander
Respondent - Appellee: Christopher Miller
Sellers v. New York State Department of C
as 16-3988
Plaintiff - Appellant: Khaliyq Sellers
Defendant - Appellee: New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, Division of Parole, State of New York, City of New York and others
Abreu v. Miller
as 16-3915
Petitioner - Appellant: Carlos Abreu
Respondent: William F. Keyser
Respondent - Appellee: Christopher Miller
McIntosh v. Conway
as 16-3881
Petitioner - Appellant: Dion McIntosh
Respondent - Appellee: James Conway, Superintendent, Attica Correctional Facility, Andrew M. Cuomo, New York State Attorney General
Gomez v. Fisher
as 16-3836
Plaintiff - Appellant: Franklin Gomez
Defendant - Appellee: William Fisher, The City of New York
Defendant: The New York City Police Department
Boyland v. Artus
as 16-3849
Petitioner - Appellant: Tobias Boyland
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent Attica Correctional Facility, New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Wiggan v. United States of America
as 16-3826
Petitioner - Appellee: Hopeton Wiggan
Respondent - Appellant: United States of America
Hunter v. Lee
as 16-3818
Petitioner - Appellant: Wayne Hunter
Respondent - Appellee: William A. Lee
Grafton v. Hesse
as 16-3810
Plaintiff: Michael Blaylock, Bilal Hassan
Plaintiff - Appellant: Kenneth Grafton
Defendant - Appellee: Assistant Deputy Undersheriff Hesse, Chief Administrative Officer, Lieutenant Miller, Grievance Coordinator, Marcolino, Grievance Investigator and others

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