U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

Cases filed
Cases 41 - 50 of 123,391
Fidel Ayala Mendez v. William Barr
as 20-71990
Petitioner: FIDEL AYALA MENDEZ
Respondent: WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General
USA v. Lloyd Kenney
as 20-16332
Defendant / Appellant: LLOYD GEORGE KENNEY
Plaintiff / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Ahmad Aljindi v. USA, et al
as 20-55688
Defendant / Appellee: CHAD F. WOLF, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, PAUL M. NAKASONE, Department of Defense, National Security Agency, WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: AHMAD JAMALEDDIN ALJINDI
Johnny Guevara v. Ralph Diaz
as 20-55691
Petitioner / Appellant: JOHNNY GUEVARA
Respondent / Appellee: RALPH M. DIAZ, Acting Secretary for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
USA v. Walter Ganilla
as 20-10218
Defendant / Appellant: WALTER GREGG GANILLA
Plaintiff / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Ella Horn v. Experis US Inc.
as 20-16310
Defendant / Appellee: EXPERIS US INC., a Manpower Brand Company
Plaintiff / Appellant: ELLA W. HORN
John Rios v. William Barr
as 20-71963
Petitioner: JOHN PAUL RIOS
Respondent: WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General
Eladio Monroy-Martinez v. William Barr
as 20-71962
Respondent: WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General
Petitioner: ELADIO MONROY-MARTINEZ, AKA Jauneduardo M. Castellanos, AKA Eladio Martinez Monroy, AKA Eladio Monroy, AKA Eladio Monroy Martinez, AKA Jose Angel Monroy-Martinez, AKA Carlos Olvera-Islas, AKA Arturo Ortega Olivera
Michael Hicks v. Ralph Diaz, et al
as 20-55689
Defendant / Appellee: RALPH DIAZ, Secretary, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, DOE, #1, Warden, High Desert State Prison, DOE, #4, Appeals Coordinator, R.J. Donovan State Prison and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: MICHAEL JAMES HICKS
Brala Beverly v. Newport Beach Police Departmen, et al
as 20-55690
Defendant / Appellee: NEWPORT BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT, DOES, 1-1000
Plaintiff / Appellant: BRALA BEVERLY

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