Armstrong v. Aldridge
Plaintiff: James Armstrong
Defendant: Steve Aldridge
Case Number: 3:2008cv00112
Filed: February 19, 2008
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
Office: East St. Louis Office
County: Alexander
Presiding Judge: G. Patrick Murphy
Presiding Judge: Donald G. Wilkerson
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal- Civil Rights Act
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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October 21, 2009 Opinion or Order Filing 41 ORDER GRANTING 26 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Steve Aldridge. Signed by Judge G. Patrick Murphy on 10/21/2009. (ssd)
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Defendant: Steve Aldridge
Represented By: Theresa M. Powell
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