Fourth Circuit Civil Rights Cases

Other Civil Rights Cases, Dockets and Filings

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Cases 1 - 10 of 12,724
Souter v. Commonwealth of Virginia et al
as 5:2016cv00051
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
William Davis, Jr. v. Melanie Shekita
as 16-1965
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., on behalf of and as next friend of J.F.D., a minor
Plaintiff: J.F.D., a minor
Defendant - Appellee: MELANIE A. SHEKITA, Individually and as a Wake County NC Assistant District Attorney for the State of North Carolina, MICHELLE SAVAGE, individually and as a Police Detective for the Cary North Carolina Police Department, DANIELLE DOYLE, individually and as a Wake County North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Child Protective Services Social Worker and others
Terry of the Family Parks v. The Commonwealth of Virginia
as 16-1956
Plaintiff - Appellant: TERRY PARKS
Defendant - Appellee: COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
Blazer v. TWC Administration LLC
as 3:2016cv00627
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Employment Discrimination
SAMPSON v. GUILFORD COUNTY, ET AL.
as 1:2016cv01069
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Dixon et al v. Prudential Prime Properties et al
as 4:2016cv00233
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Quirk v. Stephens et al
as 5:2016cv00757
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Michael McCloud v. A. Funaiock
as 16-1951
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL MCCLOUD
Defendant - Appellee: A. M. FUNAIOCK
Defendant: KAREN N. HENDERSON
Tarsha Gerald v. Morgan Minor
as 16-1950
Plaintiff - Appellant: TARSHA GERALD
Defendant - Appellee: MORGAN MINOR, CPS, CHRISTINA SELF, CPS, JENNY JONES, Chief and others
Lee v. City Of Fayetteville
as 4:2016cv00232
Plaintiff: Gregory Maurice Lee
Defendant: City Of Fayetteville
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Civil Rights Violation

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