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

Cases filed
Cases 41 - 50 of 12,221
Edwin Romero v. Secretary Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-2015
Plaintiff: EDWIN ROMERO
Defendant: SECRETARY PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, SUPERINTENDENT GREENE SCI and SUPERINTENDENT ROCKVIEW SCI
USA v. John Palfreyman
as 24-2029
Plaintiff: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant: JOHN PALFREYMAN
Nicholas Edwards, et al v. J. Rivello, et al
as 24-2031
Plaintiff: NICHOLAS EDWARDS, JOHN HIGHTOWER, MUWSA GREEN and others
Defendant: JOHN RIVELLO, Warden SCI-Huntingdon, A. WAKEFIELD, Facility Grievance Coordinator, N. DAVIS, Medical Department Supervisor and others
Armoni Johnson v. Walter Koehler, et al
as 24-2054
Plaintiff: ARMONI MASUD JOHNSON
Defendant: WALTER KOEHLER, CHRISTOPHER O'BRIEN, CHRISTOPHER LAMB and others
Greg DeYoung v. Superintendent Forest SCI, et al
as 24-2049
Plaintiff: GREG DEYOUNG
Defendant: SUPERINTENDENT FOREST SCI and DISTRICT ATTORNEY BUCKS COUNTY
USA v. Dameia Smith
as 24-2020
Plaintiff: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant: DAMEIA O. SMITH, a/k/a Omar, a/k/a D
Rodney Derrickson v. Superintendent Forest SCI, et al
as 24-2047
Plaintiff: RODNEY DERRICKSON
Defendant: SUPERINTENDENT FOREST SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA and DISTRICT ATTORNEY DELAWARE COUNTY
Shawn Williams v. Jaime Sorber, et al
as 24-2046
Plaintiff: SHAWN WILLIAMS
Defendant: JAIME SORBER, Former Superintendent of SCI Phoenix, JOHN E. WETZEL, Former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and GEORGE M. LITTLE, Former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
Charles Jordan v. J. Barves, et al
as 24-2030
Plaintiff: CHARLES JEROME JORDAN
Defendant: J. BARVES, Lieutenant FCI-Schuylkill, J. PUMPHREY, Lieutenant FCI-Schuylkill, LT. BARDO and others
Jermaine Carter v. Shane Troxler, et al
as 24-2008
Plaintiff: JERMAINE L. CARTER
Defendant: COMMISSIONER DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and BOP BUREAU CHIEF SHANE TROXLER

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