District of Mississippi Civil Rights Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 2,769
Blaylock et al v. Boggs
as 1:2018cv00118
Plaintiff: Gerald Blaylock , Dylan Bates
Defendant: Timothy Boggs
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Other Civil Rights
J.D. v. McComb Public School District
as 5:2018cv00062
Defendant: McComb Public School District
Plaintiff: J.D.
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Bell v. City of Columbia et al
as 2:2018cv00102
Plaintiff: Scott E. Bell
Defendant: City of Columbia , Columbia Police Department , Mike Cooper and others
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal
Drakes v. City of Greenville Police Department
as 4:2018cv00122
Plaintiff: Donly Drakes, Jr.
Defendant: City of Greenville Police Department
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Drakes v. City of Greenville
as 4:2018cv00123
Plaintiff: Donly Drakes, Jr.
Defendant: City of Greenville
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Albert v. City of Petal et al
as 2:2018cv00096
Plaintiff: Yoshanta Albert
Defendant: City of Petal, Leonard Fuller, Office John Doe
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Thomas v. City of Benoit, Mississippi et al
as 4:2018cv00115
Plaintiff: Lindsey Thomas
Defendant: City of Benoit, Mississippi, Billie Williams
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Brock v. City of Belzoni, Mississippi et al
as 4:2018cv00112
Plaintiff: Carl Brock
Defendant: City of Belzoni, Mississippi, Michael Ledell, David James and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Patterson v. City of McComb, Mississippi et al
as 3:2018cv00344
Plaintiff: Zachary Patterson
Defendant: City of McComb, Mississippi, Scott McKenzie, Rodney Nordstrom and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Brinkley v. Logan's Roadhouse Restaurant et al
as 3:2018cv00342
Plaintiff: Sharlene R. Brinkley
Defendant: Logan's Roadhouse Restaurant, John Does 1-10
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Civil Rights Violation

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