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Corey Irizarry v. Secretary, Florida Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-12013
Petitioner: COREY IRIZARRY
Respondent: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Rickey Smith v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-11988
Petitioner: RICKEY SMITH
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Kristy Richard v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-11910
Petitioner: KRISTY RICHARD
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Doty v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 3:2024cv00514
Petitioner: Wayne C. Doty
Respondent: Secretary, Department of Corrections and Florida Attorney General
Cause Of Action: 28 U.S.C. ยง 2254 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Lesly Jean-Philippe v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-11528
Respondent: FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL and SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Petitioner: LESLY JEAN-PHILIPPE
Morgan Leppert v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-11184
Petitioner: MORGAN AMANDA LEPPERT
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Jonathan Godwin v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-10971
Petitioner: JONATHAN GODWIN
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Corey Bright v. Secretary, Florida Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-10833
Petitioner: COREY Q. BRIGHT
Respondent: SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Carl Woods v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-10822
Petitioner: CARL EZEKIEL WOODS
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL
Daniel O. Conahan, Jr. v. Secretary, Department of Corrections, et al
as 24-10844
Petitioner: DANIEL O CONAHAN, JR.
Respondent: SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL

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