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Cases 11 - 20 of 304,291
DeAnthony Kirk v. Superintendent Coal Township S, et al
as 17-1362
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEANTHONY KIRK
Defendant - Appellee: SUPERINTENDENT COAL TOWNSHIP SCI, ATTORNEY GENERAL PENNSYLVANIA
Glenn Ayo v. Darrel Vannoy, Warden
as 17-30129
Petitioner - Appellant: GLENN CHARLES AYO
Respondent - Appellee: DARREL VANNOY, WARDEN, LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY
HUTTO v. JONES
as 3:2017cv00189
Petitioner: DENNIS TALBERT HUTTO
Respondent: Julie Jones
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
John Poteat v. Attorney General New Jersey, et al
as 17-1375
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN WESLEY POTEAT
Defendant - Appellee: ATTORNEY GENERAL NEW JERSEY, NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Phillip Bay v. Harold Clarke
as 17-6202
Petitioner - Appellant: PHILLIP C. BAY
Respondent - Appellee: HAROLD W. CLARKE, Director of the Virginia Department of Corrections
David Jetton v. Lorie Davis, Director
as 17-50134
Petitioner - Appellant: DAVID LEE JETTON
Respondent - Appellee: LORIE DAVIS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
Dallas Boyce v. J. Soto
as 17-15291
Petitioner - Appellant: DALLAS B. BOYCE
Respondent - Appellee: J. SOTO, Warden
Marty Hebert v. Darrel Vannoy, Warden
as 17-30123
Petitioner - Appellant: MARTY J. HEBERT
Respondent - Appellee: DARREL VANNOY, WARDEN, LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY
Sam Wiley, Jr. v. Lorie Davis, Director
as 17-50129
Petitioner - Appellant: SAM WILEY, JR.
Respondent - Appellee: LORIE DAVIS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
Barrett Grable, Jr. v. Warden North Central Corr.
as 17-3165
Petitioner - Appellant: BARRETT GRABLE, JR.
Respondent - Appellee: WARDEN NORTH CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

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