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

Cases filed


Cases 31 - 40 of 5,398
Doll v. Chappius
as 18-1497
Petitioner - Appellant: Scott F. Doll
Respondent - Appellee: Paul J. Chappius, Jr., as Superintendent of Elmira Correctional Facility
Lopez Pena v. United States of America
as 18-1488
Petitioner - Appellant: Julio Cesar Lopez Pena
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Osborne v. Graham
as 18-1482
Petitioner - Appellant: Paul A. Osborne
Respondent - Appellee: Harold Graham
Tilden v. United States of America
as 18-1499
Petitioner - Appellant: Lynette Tilden
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America
Jiau v. United States of America
as 18-1460
Plaintiff - Appellant: Winifred Jiau
Defendant - Appellee: United States of America
Youngblood v. Johnson
as 18-1467
Plaintiff - Appellant: Eugene Youngblood, Jr.
Defendant - Appellee: Mrs. Nadeen Johnson, Police Officer Smiley, Shield # 2047, ID#3048, Diane Feliciano, Shield No. 2116, ID 2116 and others
Mahany v. City of Buffalo Police Departm
as 18-1483
Plaintiff - Appellant: Molly Ann Mahany
Defendant - Appellee: City of Buffalo Police Department, State of New York, Erie County District Attorney's Office, State of New York
Murray v. Carruthers
as 18-1441
Plaintiff - Appellant: Willie Murray, AKA Jeffery Lashley
Defendant - Appellee: Richard D. Carruthers, District Administrative Judge, Crystal Pipkin, New York City Probation Official, Joseph Fucito, Kings County Sheriff's and others
Azize v. Bureau Of Citizenship and Immi
as 18-1429
Petitioner - Appellant: William Azize
Respondent - Appellee: Bureau Of Citizenship and Immigration Services, United States Department of Homeland Security, United States Attorney General
Jasmin v. United States of America
as 18-1448
Petitioner - Appellant: Noramie Jasmin
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America

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