Fourth Circuit Civil Rights Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 13,076
Lynda DeLellis v. Maude Rumple
as 17-1084
Plaintiff - Appellant: LYNDA J. DELELLIS
Defendant - Appellee: MAUDE RUMPLE, ROBERT B. TUCKER
khan v. Howard County MD
as 1:2017cv00190
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights
Matta Zeinali v. Michael Pense
as 17-1085
Plaintiff - Appellant: MATTA ZEINALI
Defendant - Appellee: MICHAEL PENSE
Freedom From Religion Foundation Inc. et al v. Mercer County Board of Education et al
as 1:2017cv00642
Plaintiff: Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc. , Jane Doe , Jamie Doe
Defendant: Mercer County Board of Education, Mercer County Schools, Deborah S. Akers
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Alexander v. Cumberland County Hospital System Inc.
as 5:2017cv00031
Plaintiff: Sandra L Alexander
Defendant: Cumberland County Hospital System Inc.
Cause Of Action: Employment Discrimination
Harlan v. Charles County Department of Social Services et al
as 8:2017cv00117
Plaintiff: Robert D. Harlan, Sr.
Defendant: Charles County Department of Social Services, Cinda E. Harlan
Cause Of Action: Civil Right Denial of Due Process
Ronald I. Paul v. SC Dept. of Transportations
as 17-1057
Plaintiff - Appellant: RONALD I. PAUL
Defendant - Appellee: SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, PAUL D. DE HOLCZER, individually and as a partner of the law firm of Moses, Koon & Brackett, PC, MICHAEL H. QUINN, individually and as senior lawyer of Quinn Law Firm, LLC and others
Moseley v. Young et al
as 1:2017cv00116
Plaintiff: Steven Moseley
Defendant: Stephany Young, Walter Closson, Esq, Richard S. Bernhardt
Cause Of Action: Diversity Action
Moseley v. Winston, et al.
as 1:2017cv00114
Plaintiff: Steven Moseley
Defendant: Adrienne Winston, Martin McGuire, Esq, Jeffrey Geller
Cause Of Action: Diversity Action
Reeves v. Green
as 8:2017cv00119
Plaintiff: Timothy Reeves
Defendant: Leo E. Green, Jr.
Cause Of Action: Civil Right Denial of Due Process

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