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

Civil Rights Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 1 - 10 of 6,038
Trevino v. Price
as 22-51032
Plaintiff / Appellant: Andrew Trevino
Defendant / Appellee: Timothy Price, Homicide Detective, Austin Police Department
Bonner v. Pearcy
as 22-40757
Plaintiff / Appellant: Ryan Rydell Bonner, also known as Pookie
Defendant / Appellee: Brian A. Pearcy, Law Enforcement, City of Galveston Police Department, J. Melancon, Law Enforcement, City of Galveston Police Department, Jack Roady, Galveston County Criminal District Attorney and others
Wright v. USDC Western Dist
as 22-51035
Plaintiff / Appellant: Kelvin Lionell Wright, II
Defendant / Appellee: United States District Court Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division
Zavala v. Harris County
as 22-20611
Plaintiff / Appellant: Stephanie Zavala
Defendant / Appellee: Harris County, Texas, N. Harmon, Jailer and Diaz, Jailer
Cromey v. Bingham
as 22-40751
Plaintiff / Appellant: Michael Guisto Cromey, Jr.
Defendant / Appellee: Matt Bingham, District Attorney, Smith County (Retired), Jacob Putman, District Attorney, Smith County, Jeremy Thompson, Tyler Police Department and others
Garrett v. Lumpkin
as 22-40754
Plaintiff / Appellant: Michael Garrett
Defendant / Appellee: Bobby Lumpkin, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division
Hicks v. Perry
as 22-40755
Plaintiff / Appellee: Blaze Hicks
Defendant / Appellant: Kerry Perry, Jailor
Peters v. Baylor College of Medicine
as 22-11129
Plaintiff / Appellant: Michael Geoffrey Peters
Defendant / Appellee: Baylor College of Medicine, Baylor University and Baylor Corporation
Middleton v. Smith
as 22-30746
Plaintiff / Appellant: Dewayne Middleton
Defendant / Appellee: Carl Smith, Warden, Individually and Official Capacity and Tim Delany, Warden, Individual and Official Capacity
Shaw v. State of Texas
as 22-20605
Plaintiff / Appellant: Oscar L. Shaw
Defendant / Appellee: State of Texas and TDCJ-ID

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