Cases
Otis Mays, Jr. v. Fridley Police Department, et al
as 23-2599
Plaintiff / Appellant: Otis Ray Mays, Jr.
Defendant / Appellee: Fridley Police Department, Chief of Police, Fridley Police Department, John Doe, Training Officer and others
Mays v. Fridley Police Department et al
as 0:2023cv01502
Plaintiff: Otis Mays
Defendant: Fridley Police Department, Chief of Police and John Doe
Cause Of Action: 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Gamada Hussein v. M Health Fairview, et al
as 22-3527
Plaintiff / Appellant: Gamada Ahmed Hussein
Defendant / Appellee: M Health Fairview, Fridley Police Department, Rochester Minnesota Police Department and others
Weber, Matthew et al v. Harris, Michelle et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2021cv00300
Defendant: Pierce County, Wisconsin, HHS, Officer Desjardins, Michelle Harris and others
Plaintiff: Matthew J. Weber, Heidi A. Weber and Heidi Weber
Cause Of Action: 28 U.S.C. § 1983
Brook Mallak v. Anthony Runde, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 15-1815
Plaintiff - Appellee: Brook Mallak
Defendant: City of Baxter, City of Brainerd, Cass County and others
Defendant - Appellant: Anthony Runde, acting in his individual capacity as an Officer of the Brainerd Police Department, Perry Jones, acting in his individual capacity as a Detective for the Fridley Police Department and David Darling, acting in his individual capacity as an Officer of the St. Cloud Police Department
Brook Mallak v. Ryan Goff We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 15-1819
Plaintiff - Appellee: Brook Mallak
Defendant: City of Baxter, City of Brainerd, Cass County and others
Defendant - Appellant: Ryan Goff, acting in his individual capacity as a corrections officer for the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office and in his individual capacity as an Officer of the City of Staples Police Department

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