U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Prisoner Petitions Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 537
Victor Perkins v. John Ashcroft, et al
as 17-5166
Plaintiff - Appellant: Victor Bernard Perkins
Defendant - Appellee: John D. Ashcroft, Alberto R. Gonzales, Eric H. Holder, Jr. and others
Nathanael Reynolds v. United States District Court, et al
as 17-5163
Plaintiff - Appellant: Nathanael Lenard Reynolds
Defendant - Appellee: United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, Mary Gordon Baker, Magistrate Judge, Bruce Howe Hendricks, Judge
Morris Fahnbulleh v. Diversified Reporting Service, et al
as 17-7107
Plaintiff - Appellant: Morris B. Fahnbulleh
Defendant - Appellee: Diversified Reporting Services, Inc., John Doe, David E. Grey and others
Keith Webb-el v. Thomas Kane, et al
as 17-5159
Plaintiff - Appellant: Keith B. Webb-El
Defendant - Appellee: Thomas R. Kane, Director, U.S. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Prisons, Central Office, J. Patricia Wilson Smoot, Commissioner, U.S. Parole Commission, A. Smith, A-2 Unit Counselor, Federal Correctional Institution and others
Andre Juste v. Bureau of Citizenship and Imm, et al
as 17-5160
Plaintiff - Appellant: Andre Juste
Defendant - Appellee: Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, Sally Quillian Yates
Wallace Mitchell v. Charles Samuels, Jr.
as 17-5156
Plaintiff - Appellant: Wallace G. Mitchell
Defendant - Appellee: Charles E. Samuels, Jr.
Saleem El-Amin v. Joseph Virgillo
as 17-7088
Plaintiff - Appellant: Saleem El-Amin
Defendant - Appellee: Joseph Virgillo
Vicente Quiroz v. John Moran, Jr., et al
as 17-5139
Plaintiff - Appellant: Vicente Quiroz
Defendant - Appellee: John Thomas Moran, Jr., United States of America, Public Defenders Office, Individually and their Official Capacities
Jeremy Pinson v. DOJ, et al
as 17-5120
Plaintiff - Appellee: Jeremy Pinson
Defendant - Appellee: United States Department of Justice
Defendant - Appellant: Charles E. Samuels, Jr., John Dignam, Thomas R. Kane, Acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons
Lamar Chapman, III v. Barack Obama
as 17-5100
Plaintiff - Appellant: Lamar C. Chapman, III, In His Oathful and Duty Bound Public Interest Capacity, aa Perpetual, "Inferior Officer" of the United States of America as Established by Article II, Section 2 of the United States Constitution
Defendant - Appellee: Barack Hussein Obama, In His Personal and Individual Capacity As Ineligible Commander In Chief of the Executive Branch of Government; Void Forty Fourth President of the United States of America, also known as Barry Surroro, also known as Barack Dunham, al

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