Armstead v. Department of Corrections and

Plaintiff - Appellant: Anthony Armstead
Defendant - Appellee: Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, New York City Department of Corrections and State of New York Executive Department Division of Parole
Case Number: 13-1732
Filed: May 3, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Nature of Suit: PRISONER PET-Civil Rights

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Plaintiff - appellant: Anthony Armstead
Represented By: Anthony Armstead
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Defendant - appellee: Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: New York City Department of Corrections
Represented By: Michael A. Cardozo
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Defendant - appellee: State of New York Executive Department Division of Parole
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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