Small v. Collett, et al

Plaintiff: Lester Small
Defendant: Immigration & Naturaization Services and Attorney General Matthew Whitaker
Case Number: 1:2018cv03458
Filed: November 8, 2018
Court: Maryland District Court
Presiding Judge: A David Copperthite
Nature of Suit: Mandamus & Other
Cause of Action: 28:1361
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
November 8, 2018 1 COMPLAINT For Writ in the Nature of Mandamus against Immigration & Naturaization Services, Matthew Whitaker, filed by Lester Small.(Baird, Sean)

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