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Cases 1 - 10 of 2,139
James St. Louis v. Karl Haller, et al
as 16-4185
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES ST. LOUIS
Defendant - Appellee: KARL HALLER, ESQUIRE, CAROLE J. DUNN, ESQUIRE, MELANIE WITHERS, ESQUIRE, ET AL.
Jermaine Carter v. Perry Phelps
as 16-4128
Plaintiff - Appellant: JERMAINE L. CARTER
Defendant - Appellee: PERRY PHELPS
Anthony Oliver v. John Wetzel, et al
as 16-4157
Plaintiff - Appellant: ANTHONY EDWARD OLIVER
Defendant - Appellee: JOHN E. WETZEL, sued in their individual and official capacities, KEVIN KOHLMAN, sued in their individual and official capacities, MARK MCCONNEL, sued in their individual and official capacities and others
Gary Rhines v. USA
as 16-4150
Plaintiff - Appellant: GARY RHINES
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Michael Darby v. Theodore McKee, et al
as 16-4102
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL D. DARBY
Defendant - Appellee: THEODORE A. MCKEE, THOMAS I. VANASKIE, D. MICHAEL FISHER and others
Jermaine Carter v. James Welch
as 16-4094
Petitioner - Appellant: JERMAINE L. CARTER
Defendant - Appellee: JAMES WELCH
Francis Harris v. Craig Steadman
as 16-4096
Plaintiff - Appellant: FRANCIS BAUER HARRIS
Defendant - Appellee: CRAIG W. STEADMAN
Jermaine Carter v. James Welch
as 16-4095
Plaintiff - Appellant: JERMAINE L. CARTER
Defendant - Appellee: JAMES WELCH
United Tribes of America, et al v. McKeesport Post Office, et al
as 16-4070
Plaintiff - Appellant: UNITED TRIBES OF AMERICA, FREDERICK H. BANKS, AKA Noon Bear
Defendant - Appellee: MCKEESPORT POST OFFICE, SENTENCING DESIGNATION AND COMPUTATION CENTER, FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS GRAND PRAIRIE TEXAS and others
Robert Ramey v. Donna Mellow, et al
as 16-4048
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT MARQUIS RAMEY
Defendant - Appellee: DONNA MELLOW, Asst. Superintendent, DR. RONALD PHILLIPS, Medical Director, N. SMITH, Health Service Administrator and others

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