Cunningham v. Alexander City Board of Education et al

Plaintiff: Johnny Cunningham
Defendant: Michael Ransaw, Alexander City Board of Education, Lou Ann Wagoner, Ellen R. Price, Sara Beth Gettys, David Sturdivant and Fred Norris
Case Number: 3:2011cv00104
Filed: February 11, 2011
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Opelika Office
County: Tallapoosa
Referring Judge: Terry F. Moorer
Presiding Judge: William Keith Watkins
Nature of Suit: Employment
Cause of Action: 42:2000
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Defendant: Michael Ransaw
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
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Defendant: Alexander City Board of Education
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
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Defendant: Lou Ann Wagoner
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
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Defendant: Ellen R. Price
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
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Defendant: Sara Beth Gettys
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
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Defendant: David Sturdivant
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
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Defendant: Fred Norris
Represented By: Carl E. Johnson, Jr.
Represented By: Melissa Burkett McKie
Represented By: William Larkin Radney, III
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Plaintiff: Johnny Cunningham
Represented By: Theron Stokes
Represented By: William Don Eddins
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