Marlon Young v. Sandra McArdle
Plaintiff / Appellant: MARLON T. YOUNG
Defendant / Appellee: SANDRA MCARDLE
Case Number: 21-2347
Filed: July 22, 2021
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other
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July 22, 2021 Filing 1 State prisoner's civil rights case docketed. IT IS ORDERED that this appeal is subject to the Prison Litigation Reform Act. Proceedings are SUSPENDED pending notification by the district court that any necessary fee has been assessed, and if assessed, paid. PLRA IFP pending in the District Court. Docketing statement filed. Transcript information sheet due by 08/05/2021. [1] [7174558] [21-2347] (AD) [Entered: 07/22/2021 02:36 PM]

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Plaintiff / appellant: MARLON T. YOUNG
Represented By: Marlon T. Young
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Defendant / appellee: SANDRA MCARDLE
Represented By: Thomas Kallies
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