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

Prison Condition Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 1,141
Timothy McCargo v. Camden County Jail
as 17-1387
Plaintiff - Appellant: TIMOTHY MCCARGO
Defendant - Appellee: CAMDEN COUNTY JAIL
Marcus Walton v. Harkleroad, et al
as 17-1351
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARCUS WALTON
Defendant - Appellee: HARKLEROAD, Correctional Officer
Justin Hickox v. Primecare Medical Inc, et al
as 17-1342
Plaintiff - Appellant: JUSTIN M. HICKOX
Defendant - Appellee: PRIMECARE MEDICAL INC, THOMAS MALAY, CHRISTINE HARZBECKER and others
Taunzelle Lewis v. Mayor Philadelphia, et al
as 17-1312
Plaintiff - Appellant: TAUNZELLE LEWIS
Defendant - Appellee: MAYOR PHILADELPHIA, COMMISSIONER PHILADELPHIA PRISON SYSTEM, WARDEN CURRAN FROMHOLD CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
James Lomax v. Frank Tennis, et al
as 17-1282
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES LOMAX
Defendant - Appellee: FRANK TENNIS, RICHARD ELLERS, JOHN SYMONS and others
Defendant - Appellant: PRISON HEALTH SERVICES
Robert Crenshaw v. Orlando Harper, et al
as 17-1287
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT CRENSHAW
Defendant - Appellee: ORLANDO L. HARPER, MICHAEL BARFIELD, (Mental Health Director)(Individual/offical capacity)
Michael Miller v. Carol Steele-Smith, et al
as 17-1224
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL K. MILLER
Defendant - Appellee: CAROL STEELE-SMITH, Deputy Warden, SOUTHERN HEALTH PARTNERS, COUNTY OF BEAVER and others
Bradley Wolf v. William Martin, et al
as 17-1183
Plaintiff - Appellant: BRADLEY WOLF
Defendant - Appellee: C.O. WILLIAM MARTIN, RICHARD SIKORA
Bruce Wishnefsky v. Jawad Salameh, et al
as 17-1166
Plaintiff - Appellant: BRUCE L. WISHNEFSKY
Defendant - Appellee: M.D. JAWAD SALAMEH, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
William Harris v. J. Poska, et al
as 17-1126
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM HARRIS
Defendant - Appellee: J. E. POSKA, SGT., ALICE MAKSIN, Nurse Practitiioner

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