La Carl Dow v. Tom Carey, et al
Petitioner - Appellant,: LA CARL MARTEZ DOW
Respondent - Appellee,: TOM L. CAREY, Warden and JOHN W. HAVILAND, Warden
Case Number: 11-17678
Filed: November 7, 2011
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus

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Petitioner - appellant,: LA CARL MARTEZ DOW
Represented By: La Carl Martez Dow
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Respondent - appellee,: TOM L. CAREY, Warden
Represented By: Glenn R. Pruden
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Respondent - appellee,: JOHN W. HAVILAND, Warden
Represented By: Glenn R. Pruden
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