Third Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 24,603
Jerry Reeves v. Fayette SCI, et al
as 17-1043
Plaintiff - Appellant: JERRY REEVES
Defendant - Appellee: FAYETTE SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA, DISTRICT ATTORNEY DAUPHIN COUNTY
William Bracey v. Superintendent Rockview SCI, et al
as 17-1064
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM BRACEY
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT ROCKVIEW SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA, DISTRICT ATTORNEY DAUPHIN COUNTY
BUXTON v. SCI - MERCER et al
as 2:2017cv00062
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Gene Miller v. Superintendent Retreat SCI, et al
as 17-1075
Plaintiff - Appellant: GENE W. MILLER
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT RETREAT SCI, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PHILADELPHIA
Allen Fitzgerald v. Superintendent Dallas SCI, et al
as 17-1081
Plaintiff - Appellant: ALLEN O'NEIL FITZGERALD
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT DALLAS SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Donnelly LeBlanc v. Superintendent Huntingdon SCI, et al
as 17-1094
Plaintiff - Appellant: DONNELLY J. LEBLANC
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT HUNTINGDON SCI, DISTRICT ATTORNEY LANCASTER COUNTY, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Steven Johnson v. Warden Lewisburg USP
as 17-1062
Plaintiff - Appellant: STEVEN A. JOHNSON
Defendant - Appellee: WARDEN LEWISBURG USP
Bernard Kennedy v. Superintendent Dallas SCI, et al
as 17-1074
Plaintiff - Appellant: BERNARD KENNEDY
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT DALLAS SCI, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PHILADELPHIA, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Mark Woods v. Warden Philadelphia FDC
as 17-1073
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARK WOODS
Defendant - Appellee: WARDEN PHILADELPHIA FDC
Olee Robinson v. Warden Schuylkill FCI
as 17-1089
Plaintiff - Appellant: OLEE WONZO ROBINSON
Defendant - Appellee: WARDEN SCHUYLKILL FCI

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