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

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 1,802
Morgan v. Morgan, et al
as 17-1301
Plaintiff - Appellant: PATRICK E. MORGAN, SR.
Defendant - Appellee: MARY MORGAN, THOMAS E. PRICE, CHARLES D. BAKER and others
Evariste v. US Secret Service, et al
as 17-1299
Plaintiff - Appellant: EMMANUEL EVARISTE
Defendant - Appellee: US SECRET SERVICE, MICHAEL BURNETT, JAMES DONAHUE
Winfield v. Perochhi, et al
as 17-1288
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARIE Y. WINFIELD
Defendant - Appellee: NEIL J. PEROCHHI, LAWRENCE POLICE DEPARTMENT, MICHAEL FORNESI and others
McNeil, et al v. Bristol County Probate & Famil, et al
as 17-1278
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHELLE LYNN MCNEIL, Estate of Michael H. McNeil
Plaintiff: MICHAEL H. MCNEIL
Defendant - Appellee: BRISTOL COUNTY PROBATE & FAMILY COURT, GINA L. DEROSSI, BARBARA PACHECO and others
Diaz v. Perez, et al
as 17-1282
Plaintiff - Appellant: LUIS DIAZ
Defendant - Appellee: MILAGROS PEREZ, and Handlers, JOHN DOES, Agents of FBI, JOHN DOE, in the Criminal Enterprise of Milagros Perez and others
R.N. v. Rogan
as 17-1267
Plaintiff - Appellee: R.N., Individually, and by next friend of minor child P.N. by next friend P.N.
Defendant - Appellant: GEOFFREY ROGAN
Omran v. Bleezarde, et al
as 17-1263
Plaintiff - Appellant: MOHAMMED ABDALLAH OMRAN
Defendant - Appellee: PHILIP BLEEZARDE, BRENDAN GALWAY, KEVIN CLOUTHIER and others
Defendant: ANDREW R. SCHULMAN, DARIKA FRICHITTAVONG, MARIAN NORONHA
Mandry-Mercado v. Fingerhut-Mandry, et al
as 17-1230
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAVIER E. MANDRY-MERCADO
Defendant - Appellee: VICTOR R. FINGERHUT-MANDRY, YVELISSE FINGERHUT-MANDRY, MARGARET ANN FINGERHUT-MANDRY and others
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 17-1232
Plaintiff - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Brown v. Revere police Department
as 17-1206
Plaintiff - Appellant: JASON T. BROWN
Defendant - Appellee: REVERE POLICE DEPARTMENT

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