Corby v. Artu
Respondent: Eliot L. Spitzer, Attorney General, State of New York
Petitioner - Appellee: Norcott Corby, AKA Corby Norcott
Respondent - Appellant: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility
Case Number: 11-1650
Filed: April 26, 2011
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Nature of Suit: PRISONER PET-Parole Bd Review

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October 10, 2012 Summary Corby v. Artus

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Petitioner - appellee: Norcott Corby, AKA Corby Norcott
Represented By: Alan Stuart Axelrod
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Respondent: Eliot L. Spitzer, Attorney General, State of New York
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Respondent - appellant: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility
Represented By: Karen Schlossberg
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