Scott v. City of Houston Houston Public Library Featured Case

Plaintiff: Candace Scott
Defendant: City of Houston Houston Public Library
Case Number: 4:2010mc00193
Filed: May 4, 2010
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Office: Houston Office
County: Anderson
Presiding Judge: Vanessa D Gilmore
Nature of Suit: Other

Docket Report

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Date Filed Document Text
May 5, 2010 Opinion or Order Filing 2 ORDER Granting Application to Proceed IFP.(Signed by Judge Vanessa D Gilmore) Parties notified.(jewilliams, )
May 4, 2010 Filing 1 APPLICATION to Proceed In Forma Pauperis filed by Candace Scott. (Attachments: # 1 Summons, # 2 Complaint, # 3 Proposed Order)(emathis, )

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