Dixon et al v. Inspector General of the United States Department of Agriculture

Petitioner: Jesse Lee Dixon, Jr and Jeannie C Dixon
Respondent: Inspector General of the United States Department of Agriculture
Case Number: 7:2012mc02846
Filed: August 30, 2012
Court: Alabama Northern District Court
Office: Western Office
Presiding Judge: Abdul K Kallon
Nature of Suit: Other

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Petitioner: Jesse Lee Dixon, Jr
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Petitioner: Jeannie C Dixon
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Respondent: Inspector General of the United States Department of Agriculture
Represented By: Joyce White Vance, US Attorney
Represented By: Edward Q Ragland
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