Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
William DeForte v. Borough of Worthington, et al
as 17-1923
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM DEFORTE
Defendant - Appellee: BOROUGH OF WORTHINGTON, KEVIN FEENEY, Individually and as Mayor of the Borough of Worthington, BARRY ROSEN, Individually and as a member of Council of the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as elected constable for the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as Public Safety Director for the Borough of Worthington and others
Evan Townsend v. Borough of Worthington, et al
as 17-1924
Plaintiff - Appellant: EVAN TOWNSEND
Defendant - Appellee: BOROUGH OF WORTHINGTON, KEVIN FEENEY, Individually and as Mayor of the Borough of Worthington, BARRY ROSEN, Individually and as a member of Council of the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as elected constable for the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as Public Safety Director for the Borough of Worthington and others
Evan Townsend v. Borough of Worthington, et al
as 16-1158
Plaintiff - Appellant: EVAN TOWNSEND
Defendant - Appellee: BOROUGH OF WORTHINGTON, KEVIN FEENEY, Individually and as Mayor ofthe Borough of Worhtington, BARRY ROSEN, Individually and as a member of Council of the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as an elected constable for the Borough of Worthington and others
William Deforte v. Borough of Worthington, et al
as 16-1157
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM DEFORTE
Defendant - Appellee: BOROUGH OF WORTHINGTON, KEVIN FEENEY, Individually and as Mayor of the Borough of Worthington, BARRY ROSEN, Individually and as a member of Council of the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as elected constable for the Borough of Worthington and in his capacity as Public Safety Director for the Borough for Worthington and others

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