Hanna v. Secretary of Army, et al

Respondent - Appellant: COMMANDER, 94TH COMMANDER, 94TH REGIONAL READINESS COMMAND, Fort Devens, Massachusetts and SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
Petitioner - Appellee: MARY HANNA, Captain, U.S. Army Reserve
Case Number: 07-1090
Filed: January 12, 2007
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Nature of Suit: General (Habeas Corpus)

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January 8, 2008 Hanna v. Secretary of Army, et al

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Respondent - appellant: COMMANDER, 94TH COMMANDER, 94TH REGIONAL READINESS COMMAND, Fort Devens, Massachusetts
Represented By: Mark T. Quinlivan
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Respondent - appellant: SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
Represented By: Mark T. Quinlivan
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Petitioner - appellee: MARY HANNA, Captain, U.S. Army Reserve
Represented By: Louis P. Font
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