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

Death Penalty Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 92
Charles Rhines v. Darin Young
as 16-3360
Petitioner - Appellant: Charles Russell Rhines
Respondent - Appellee: Darin Young, Warden, South Dakota State Penitentiary
Mark Christeson v. Don Roper
as 16-2730
Petitioner - Appellant: Mark Christeson
Respondent - Appellee: Don Roper
Larry Flynt v. George Lombardi, et al
as 16-2232
Intervenor - Appellant: Larry C. Flynt
Plaintiff: Earl Ringo, John C. Middleton, Russell Bucklew and others
Defendant - Appellee: George A. Lombardi, Terry Russell, John Doe
Alvin Jackson v. Wendy Kelley
as 16-1847
Plaintiff - Appellant: Alvin Bernal Jackson
Defendant - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction
Roger Coulter v. Wendy Kelley
as 16-1488
Petitioner - Appellant: Roger Lewis Coulter
Respondent - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director Arkansas Department of Corrections, formerly known as Larry Norris, Director, Arkansas Department of Corrections
David Barnett v. Don Roper
as 16-1467
Petitioner - Appellee: David Barnett
Respondent - Appellant: Don Roper
Jack Greene v. Wendy Kelley
as 16-1456
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jack Gordon Greene
Defendant - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction
Larry Flynt v. George Lombardi, et al
as 16-1295
Intervenor - Appellant: Larry C. Flynt
Plaintiff: Earl Ringo, John C. Middleton, Russell Bucklew and others
Defendant - Appellee: George A. Lombardi, Terry Russell, John Doe
Timothy Kemp v. Wendy Kelley
as 15-3849
Plaintiff - Appellant: Timothy Wayne Kemp
Defendant - Appellee: Wendy Kelley, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction
Keith Nelson v. United State
as 15-3160
Movant - Appellant: Keith D. Nelson
Respondent - Appellee: United States of America

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