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

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Cases 11 - 20 of 3,768
Stanley Boclair v. Jacqueline Lashbrook, et al
as 18-2689
Plaintiff - Appellant: STANLEY BOCLAIR
Defendant - Appellee: JACQUELINE LASHBROOK, Warden, SUSAN M. HILL, Correctional Counselor, JOHN BALDWIN, Acting Director of Illinois Department of Corrections and others
Michael Morris v. Timothy Douma, et al
as 18-2690
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL MORRIS
Defendant - Appellee: TIMOTHY DOUMA, BRENDON INGENTHRON, TIMOTHY THOMAS and others
Jason Grant v. John Doe, et al
as 18-2680
Plaintiff - Appellant: JASON GRANT
Defendant - Appellee: ROBERT W. DEYOUNG, CARA SCHMIDT, JOHN DOE, Warden, Dodge Correctional Institution and others
John George v. Lois Lindorff
as 18-2681
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN GEORGE
Defendant - Appellee: LOIS LINDORFF
Vincente Osorio v. USA
as 18-2663
Petitioner - Appellant: VINCENTE OSORIO
Respondent - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Thomas Bates v. Jefferson Sessions, III, et al
as 18-2648
Plaintiff - Appellant: THOMAS L. BATES
Defendant - Appellee: JEFFERSON B. SESSIONS, III, Attorney General of the United States, DANIEL R. BRANNIGAN, SUSAN BOGART and others
Ryan Johnson v. St. Joe's Hospital, et al
as 18-2657
Plaintiff - Appellant: RYAN JOHNSON
Defendant - Appellee: ST. JOE'S HOSPITAL, SECURITY GUARD, at the hospital
Scott Hildreth v. Kim Butler, et al
as 18-2660
Plaintiff - Appellant: SCOTT HILDRETH
Defendant - Appellee: KIM BUTLER, LORI OAKLEY, MARVIN BOCHANTIN and others
Norma Brayboy v. Nurse Frieberg, et al
as 18-2640
Plaintiff - Appellant: NORMA JEAN BRAYBOY
Defendant - Appellee: NURSE FRIEBERG, JUDE PEREZ, JOHN GLINIECKI
Monwell Douglas v. Faith Reeves
as 18-2645
Plaintiff - Appellant: MONWELL DOUGLAS
Defendant - Appellee: FAITH REEVES, Casework Manager

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