Vonnie Darby v. Don Redmann, et al

Petitioner - Appellant: Vonnie Darin Darby
Respondent - Appellee: Don Redmann, Warden of J.R.C.C. (James River Correctional Center), Steven E. McCullough, N.D. District Court Judge and State of North Dakota
Case Number: 13-1893
Filed: April 23, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus

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Petitioner - appellant: Vonnie Darin Darby
Represented By: Vonnie Darin Darby
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Respondent - appellee: Don Redmann, Warden of J.R.C.C. (James River Correctional Center)
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Respondent - appellee: Steven E. McCullough, N.D. District Court Judge
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