J.S., III v. The Houston County Board of Ed
Plaintiff - Appellant: J.S., III, a minor, by and through J.S. Jr. and M.S., his parents and next friends
Defendant - Appellee: THE HOUSTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Case Number: 15-14306
Filed: September 25, 2015
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Americans w/Disabilities Act-Othr

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October 2, 2017 J.S., III v. The Houston County Board of Education

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Plaintiff - appellant: J.S., III, a minor, by and through J.S. Jr. and M.S., his parents and next friends
Represented By: William Tipton Johnson
Represented By: Jeffrey Conett Kirby
Represented By: William L. Lee
Represented By: Stanley Murphy
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Defendant - appellee: THE HOUSTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Represented By: Jere C. Segrest
Represented By: James Kevin Walding
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