U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 35,455
Orlando Rugama v. Attorney General United States
as 17-3031
Petitioner: ORLANDO HERRERA RUGAMA
Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In re: Secretary Pennsylvania Departm
as 17-3024
Petitioner: In re: SECRETARY PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Respondent: MELISSA SARVEY
Nominal Respondent: SUSAN PARADISE BAXTER
Karen Henry v. Attorney General United States
as 17-3025
Petitioner: KAREN SHANAIR HENRY
Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Bradley Beers, et al v. Attorney General United States, et al
as 17-3010
Plaintiff - Appellant: BRADLEY BEERS, JOSEPH DIVITA
Defendant - Appellee: ATTORNEY GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, BUREAU OF ALCOHOL TOBACCO FIREARMS & EXPLOSIVES and others
Frank Andrew v. Todd Buskirk, et al
as 17-3011
Plaintiff - Appellant: FRANK E. ANDREW
Defendant - Appellee: TODD BUSKIRK, FRANK LONGENBACH, ROBIN STANLEY
USA v. David Boyce
as 17-3019
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: DAVID DOMINIC BOYCE
In re: Community Bank of NV, et al, et al
as 17-3012
Plaintiff - Appellee: BRIAN W. KESSLER
Defendant - Appellee: PNC BANK NA
Appellant: SPECTER SPECTER EVANS & MANOGUE
Jeffrey Butler v. Conrad Lamont, et al
as 17-3016
Plaintiff - Appellant: JEFFREY BUTLER
Defendant - Appellee: CONRAD LAMONT, individually and in his official capacity as a corrections official, TODD BUSKIRK, Individually, and his official capacity as warden of Northampton County Prison, ARNOLD MATOS, Individually and his official capacity as Director of Corrections and others
Kevin Rickman v. Warden Canaan USP
as 17-3014
Petitioner: KEVIN DWAIN RICKMAN
Respondent: WARDEN CANAAN USP
USA v. Richard Melendez
as 17-3018
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: RICHARD MELENDEZ

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