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

Prison Condition Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 1 - 10 of 1,193
Ikemefula Ibeabuchi v. Paul Penzone, et al
as 18-16655
Plaintiff - Appellant: IKEMEFULA CHARLES IBEABUCHI, AKA Charles Ikemefula Ibeabuchi
Defendant - Appellee: PAUL PENZONE, Sheriff, ALCALA, First Name Unknown; named as (Lt. Alcala), PEREZ, First Name Unknown; named as (Ofr. Perez)
Kenneth Gray v. J. Celaya, et al
as 18-16617
Plaintiff - Appellant: KENNETH WAYNE GRAY
Defendant - Appellee: J. A. CELAYA, J. ESPARZA
Martin Jonassen v. USA, et al
as 18-16621
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARTIN JONASSEN
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, MARCUM, CO, USP Tuscon, JOHANNES, Correctional Officer, USP Tucson and others
Charles Crockett v. Venalonzo
as 18-16614
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES T. CROCKETT
Defendant - Appellee: VENALONZO, S.S.U., CO II
Jeffrey Moore v. William Dixon, et al
as 18-16586
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEFFREY AARON MOORE
Defendant - Appellee: WILLIAM DIXON, Det., MCSO, LINK, Officer KPD
Douglas Derello, Jr. v. Jackson
as 18-16582
Plaintiff - Appellant: DOUGLAS WAYNE DERELLO, Jr., AKA Douglas Wayne Derello
Defendant - Appellee: JACKSON, Unknown, named as CO II Jackson
Gary Long, Jr., et al v. USA, et al
as 18-16568
Plaintiff - Appellant: GARY LEE LONG, Jr., JEREMY VAUGHN PINSON
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, MISTIFER, Dr., Challenge Program Coordinator, HAYDEN, Dr., Chief of Psychology and others
Jeffrey Moore v. Orr, et al
as 18-16550
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEFFREY AARON MOORE
Defendant - Appellee: ORR, First Name Unknown, Training Officer at M.C.A.D.F., COX, First Name Unknown, Lt. Administration M.C.A.D.F., HULL, Officer - Discipline at MCADF and others
Paul Schwartz v. Vincent Dagiel, et al
as 18-16544
Plaintiff - Appellant: PAUL SCHWARTZ
Defendant - Appellee: VINCENT DAGIEL, LOYA, Officer

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