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Robinson v. Florida State Hospital et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 6:2009cv00164
Plaintiff: Perry S. Robinson
Defendant: Florida State Hospital, State Of Florida, Daytona Beach Police Department and others
Cause Of Action: U.S. Government Defendant
Elliott v. Daytona Beach Police Department We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 6:2009cv01539
Plaintiff: Charles J. Elliott, Sr.
Defendant: Daytona Beach Police Department
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Parks v. The City of Daytona Beach, Florida et al
as 6:2010cv01799
Plaintiff: William A Parks
Defendant: The City of Daytona Beach, Florida, The City of Daytona Beach Florida, City Council, The City of Daytona Beach, Florida, Police Department and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Civil Rights Violation
Spence v. Gilson et al
as 6:2010cv00605
Plaintiff: Garfield R. Spence
Defendant: Officer Gilson, Daytona Beach Police Department
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
Earl Reeder v. City of Dania Beach Florida, et al
as 13-15869
Plaintiff - Appellant: EARL E. REEDER
Defendant - Appellee: CITY OF DANIA BEACH FLORIDA, a Florida Municipal Corporation, JAMES S. THOMAS, Individually, an officer for Daytona Beach Police Department, STEVE YUNICK, Individually, an officer for Daytona Beach Police Department and others
McCormick v. Daytona Beach Police Department et al
as 6:2014cv01575
Defendant: Daytona Beach Police Department, State of Florida
Plaintiff: Bernard C. McCormick
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Smith v. Hunter et al
as 6:2015cv01718
Plaintiff: James D. Smith
Defendant: Hunter, Mason, Mary Anne Ford and others
Cause Of Action: Prisoner Civil Rights
Reddick v. Daytona Beach Police Department - Beachside
as 6:2007cv00332
Plaintiff: Eric Reddick
Defendant: Daytona Beach Police Department - Beachside
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights

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