Boudreau v. State of Rhode Island
Petitioner: JASON D. BOUDREAU
Respondent: STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
Case Number: 24-1470
Filed: May 19, 2024
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Nature of Suit: General (Habeas Corpus)
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May 20, 2024 NOTICE of appearance on behalf of Appellee State of Rhode Island filed by Attorney Christopher R. Bush. Served on 05/20/2024. [24-1470] (CRB) [Entered: 05/20/2024 09:24 AM]
May 20, 2024 CIVIL CASE docketed. Notice of appeal (doc. #25) filed by Appellant Jason D. Boudreau. Fee due 06/03/2024 .. [24-1470] (ALW) [Entered: 05/20/2024 01:18 AM]

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Petitioner: JASON D. BOUDREAU
Represented By: Jason D. Boudreau
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Respondent: STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
Represented By: Christopher Robinson Bush
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