Carr v. United States Postal Service
Plaintiff: Melvin Carr
Defendant: United States Postal Service
Case Number: 4:2009cv00187
Filed: December 1, 2009
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
Office: Savannah Office
County: Chatham
Presiding Judge: William T. Moore
Presiding Judge: G. R. Smith
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: 28:1442 Notice of Removal
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed Document Text
May 13, 2010 Opinion or Order Filing 9 ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS for 7 Report and Recommendations. Signed by Judge William T. Moore on 5/12/2010. (loh)
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Represented By: Delora L. Kennebrew
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