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

Prison Condition Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 3,714
James Lewis v. Barack Obama
as 18-2536
Plaintiff - Appellant: JAMES D. LEWIS
Defendant - Appellee: BARACK OBAMA
David Czapiewski v. Richard Zimkiewicz, et al
as 18-2516
Plaintiff - Appellant: DAVID CZAPIEWSKI
Defendant - Appellee: RICHARD ZIMKIEWICZ, BRIAN BANTLEON, ZACHARY PINGEL and others
John Dye, Jr. v. Eric Koehler, et al
as 18-2505
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN L. DYE, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: ERIC KOEHLER, CARLO GAANAN, Doctor, General Medicine MD, MICHELE ANDRADE, Doctor
Patrick Adair v. Thomas Dart, et al
as 18-2483
Plaintiff - Appellant: PATRICK ADAIR
Defendant - Appellee: THOMAS J. DART, Cook County Sheriff, OFFICER GABER, #16858
Henry Wade v. Wesley Barr, et al
as 18-2487
Plaintiff - Appellant: HENRY E. WADE
Defendant - Appellee: WESLEY L. BARR, Sangamon County Sheriff, DAVID A. TIMM, Deputy with Sangamon County Sheriff's Office, ANDREA CLINE, Deputy at Sangamon County Sheriff's Office and others
Darrin Shatner v. Cedric McDonnough, et al
as 18-2490
Plaintiff - Appellant: DARRIN W. SHATNER
Defendant - Appellee: CEDRIC A. MCDONNOUGH, DANIEL DUNN, KEVIN FEDDERKE
Robert Tatum v. Michael Meisner, et al
as 18-2489
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBERT L. TATUM, and All Similarly Situated DOC/CCI Inmates
Defendant - Appellee: MICHAEL MEISNER, CATHY JESS, DAI Administrator, MICHAEL A. DITTMANN
Salih Baker v. John Fermon, et al
as 18-2484
Plaintiff - Appellant: SALIH BAKER
Defendant - Appellee: JOHN FERMON, Officer, CITY OF BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS
Phillip Littler v. Blake McDonald, et al
as 18-2471
Plaintiff - Appellant: PHILLIP M. LITTLER
Defendant - Appellee: BLAKE MCDONALD, STEPHEN MURPHY, ISRAEL BREWER and others
George Banks v. Chirag Patel
as 18-2474
Plaintiff - Appellant: GEORGE BANKS
Defendant - Appellee: CHIRAG PATEL

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