U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 33,833
Juan Cuevas Pepen, et al v. Attorney General United States
as 17-1427
Petitioner: JUAN MANUEL CUEVAS PEPEN
Respondent: ATTORNEY GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
USA v. Santos Centeno
as 17-1426
Plaintiff - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendant - Appellant: SANTOS CENTENO, a/k/a Hector Cruz
In re: Tyree Hart
as 17-1380
Plaintiff - Petitioner: In re: TYREE HART
Defendant - Respondent: THERESA DELBALSO, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PHILADELPHIA, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Antonio Martinez v. Superintendent Mahanoy SCI, et al
as 17-1425
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANTONIO MARTINEZ
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT MAHANOY SCI, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PHILADELPHIA, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Aaron Carter v. Superintendent Coal Township S, et al
as 17-1424
Plaintiff - Appellant: AARON CARTER
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT COAL TOWNSHIP SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PHILADELPHIA
David Johnson v. Warden Canaan USP
as 17-1341
Plaintiff - Appellant: DAVID R. JOHNSON
Defendant - Appellee: WARDEN CANAAN USP
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 17-1390
Plaintiff - Pro Se Appellee: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant - Appellant: Plaintiff v. Defendant and others
Gary Pavlic v. Superintendent Smithfield SCI, et al
as 17-1420
Plaintiff - Appellant: GARY PAVLIC
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT SMITHFIELD SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Alfred Arezzo v. City of Hoboken, et al
as 17-1396
Plaintiff - Appellant: ALFRED N. AREZZO
Defendant - Appellee: CITY OF HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, DAWN ZIMMER and others
Edgar Murphy, Jr. v. Superintendent Albion SCI, et al
as 17-1391
Plaintiff - Appellant: EDGAR B. MURPHY, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT ALBION SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA, DISTRICT ATTORNEY DAUPHIN COUNTY

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