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

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Cases 1 - 10 of 1,550
Demetrius Rogers v. Lyle Mindlin, et al
as 17-1844
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEMETRIUS ROGERS
Defendant - Appellee: LYLE S. MINDLIN, Radiologist, CORIZON MEDICAL SERVICES
Douglas Jackson v. Joseph Bouchard
as 17-1830
Plaintiff - Appellant: DOUGLAS CORNELL JACKSON
Defendant - Appellee: JOSEPH BOUCHARD, Law Librarian
Darryl Robinson v. Young
as 17-1816
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRYL A. ROBINSON
Defendant - Appellee: DEPUTY YOUNG
Morris Weatherspoon v. J. Thibault, et al
as 17-1812
Plaintiff - Appellant: MORRIS WEATHERSPOON
Defendant - Appellee: J. THIBAULT, Correctional Officer, [UNKNOWN] MCDOWELL, Correctional Officer, SERGEANT K. ESSLIN
Trevor Little v. Janisse Bishop
as 17-5796
Petitioner - Appellant: TREVOR LITTLE
Respondent - Appellee: JANISSE BISHOP, Acting Warden of FCI-Ashland
Shawn Johnson v. Christopher Gomez, et al
as 17-5758
Plaintiff - Appellant: SHAWN M. JOHNSON
Defendant - Appellee: CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER GOMEZ, WAYNE SMITH, Assistant Warden of Security, U.S.P. Big Sandy
Darryl Robinson v. Thomas Riegler
as 17-1733
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRYL A. ROBINSON
Defendant - Appellee: THOMAS L. RIEGLER
Darryl Robinson v. Unknown Wolhui
as 17-1720
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRYL A. ROBINSON
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN WOLHUIS
Xavier Henry v. Dennis Bergeron, et al
as 17-1721
Plaintiff - Appellant: XAVIER HENRY
Defendant - Appellee: DENNIS BERGERON, Correctional Officer, JON JOHNSON, Correctional Officer, STEVEN ROSEBROCK, Correctional Officer and others
Robert Barnett v. Laurel County, Kentucky, et al
as 17-5715
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT HERALD BARNETT
Defendant - Appellee: LAUREL COUNTY, KENTUCKY, LAUREL COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, JOHN ROOT, Individually and others

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