Kinchen v. Potter

Plaintiff: Krystal Kinchen
Defendant: John E Potter
Case Number: 3:2008cv00552
Filed: August 29, 2008
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Civil Rights: Jobs Office
County: East Baton Rouge
Presiding Judge: James J. Brady
Referring Judge: Docia L Dalby
Nature of Suit: Plaintiff
Cause of Action: U.S. Government Defendant
Jury Demanded By: 42:2000e Job Discrimination (Employment)

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 3, 2010 26 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT...IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that judgment be entered in favor of defendant John E. Potter, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service, and against plaintiff Krystal Kinchen. Signed by Judge James J. Brady on 3/3/2010. (LSM, )

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Plaintiff: Krystal Kinchen
Represented By: Dan Michael Scheuermann
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