US District Court for the Southern District of Texas Prisoner Petitions Cases

Cases filed
Cases 31 - 40 of 22,329
Bradley v. Nash et al
as 4:2019cv03864
Defendant: L. Bronikowski, Shane Nash, J. Castroz and others
Plaintiff: Meria James Bradley
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights
Kennemer v. Collier et al Case transferred to Galveston Division.
as 4:2019cv03879
Defendant: A. Chevallier, Bryan Collier
Plaintiff: John David Kennemer
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Martin v. United States Of America
as 4:2019cv03904
Petitioner: Laroderick Martin
Respondent: United States Of America
Cause Of Action: Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentenc
Williams v. Davis
as 4:2019cv03918
Respondent: Lorie Davis
Petitioner: Roy Williams
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Kennemer v. Collier et al
as 3:2019cv00335
Defendant: A. Chevallier, Bryan Collier
Plaintiff: John David Kennemer
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Neal v. Davis
as 4:2019cv03875
Defendant: Dir of TDCJ-Parole Bryan Collier
Petitioner: Paul Edward Neal
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
McCubbins v. Richerson et al
as 2:2019cv00294
Defendant: Ms. Moore, Ms. Thompson, Warden Richerson
Plaintiff: Chris Dewayne McCubbins
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Alamilla v. United States of America
as 2:2019cv00295
Respondent: United States of America
Petitioner: Salvador Alamilla
Cause Of Action: Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentenc
Peters v. State of Texas et al
as 4:2019cv03808
Defendant: Ashley England, Texas Medical Board, Lorie Davis and others
Plaintiff: Michael Geoffrey Peters
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Tolbert v. The State Of Texas
as 4:2019cv03926
Petitioner: Shannon Keith Tolbert
Respondent: The State Of Texas
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federa

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