U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit Civil Rights Cases

Other Civil Rights Cases, Dockets and Filings
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Cases 1 - 10 of 3,732
Karr v. Biden
as 24-50468
Plaintiff: Donald Richard Karr
Defendant: Joseph R. Biden, Jr., United States of America, Department of Veterans Affairs and others
Provino v. Wray
as 24-40418
Plaintiff: Raphael M. Provino
Defendant: Christopher Wray, FBI Director, Jeffrey E. Church, John Richards and others
Lewis v. Williamson Cty, TX
as 24-50461
Plaintiff: Scott Phillip Lewis
Defendant: Williamson County, Texas
Moore v. Jacob Law Group
as 24-60278
Plaintiff: Surf Moore
Defendant: Jacob Law Group
Lewis v. State of Texas
as 24-50453
Plaintiff: Scott Phillip Lewis
Defendant: State of Texas, Williamson County, Texas, City of Austin and others
Miller v. Dunn
as 24-10500
Plaintiff: Bradley B. Miller
Defendant: Virginia Talley Dunn, Individually, Andrea Plumlee, In both Individual and Official Capacities, Danielle Diaz, In both Individual and Official Capacities and others
Cato v. Biden
as 24-50441
Plaintiff: Avery Cato
Defendant: Joe Biden
Van Horne v. Haag
as 24-10492
Plaintiff: Steven Van Horne and Steve Van Horne
Defendant: Harriett L. Haag, Judge, Taylor County Court at Law #2, Brandi Deremer, Brandy Maldonado and others
Moore v. Fitch
as 24-60271
Plaintiff: Surf Moore
Defendant: Lynn Fitch, Attorney General
TX Entertainment Assoc v. Paxton
as 24-50434
Plaintiff: Texas Entertainment Association, Incorporated, Lone Starr Multi-Theaters, Limited, doing business as New Fine Arts West, XTC Cabaret, Incorporated, doing business as XTC Cabaret Austin and others
Defendant: Ken Paxton, Attorney General, State of Texas and Ed Serna, in his official capacity as Executive Director of the Texas Workforce Commission

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