Cases
Cases 1 - 10 of 97
Edward Gladney v. USA, et al
as 19-17443
Plaintiff / Appellant: EDWARD JORODGE GLADNEY
Defendant: TERELL POWELL, Inmate, B. WESTLING, Correctional Officer, J. T. SHARTLE, Warden and others
Defendant / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Jeremy Pinson v. Ivey, et al
as 19-17293
Defendant: DOES, named as: Unknown Parties Officer 1 and Officer 2, WILLIAMS, named as Registered Nurse, JOSE CASTILLO, Regional Director and others
Defendant / Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IVEY, Officer
Plaintiff / Appellant: JEREMY VAUGHN PINSON, AKA Jeremy Pinson
James Dutschke v. J. Shartle, et al
as 19-16965
Defendant / Appellee: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden, WILLIAM P. BARR, Attorney General, BUREAU OF PRISONS
Plaintiff / Appellant: JAMES EVERETT DUTSCHKE
Michael Strausbaugh v. J. Shartle
as 19-16780
Respondent / Appellee: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden
Petitioner / Appellant: MICHAEL STRAUSBAUGH
Kelly Erickson v. J. Shartle
as 19-16165
Petitioner / Appellant: KELLY ERICKSON
Respondent / Appellee: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden
Lawrence Alvarado v. USDC-AZT
as 19-70222
Petitioner: LAWRENCE A. ALVARADO
Other: In re: LAWRENCE A. ALVARADO
Respondent: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA, TUCSON
Undetermined: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden
Martin Jonassen v. USA, et al
as 19-15044
Defendant / Appellee: MARCUM, CO, USP Tuscon, STANGL, WYNN, USP Tuscon and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: MARTIN JONASSEN
Defendant: LAUREN HOLLEY, Marshal, NEAMTU, CO, USP Tucson, GREG THIEL, Marshal and others
Adarus Black v. J. Shartle
as 18-16623
Petitioner - Appellant: ADARUS M. BLACK
Respondent - Appellee: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden
Martin Jonassen v. USA, et al
as 18-16621
Plaintiff - Appellant: MARTIN JONASSEN
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, MARCUM, CO, USP Tuscon, JOHANNES, Correctional Officer, USP Tucson and others
Haneef Jackson-Bey v. J. Shartle
as 18-16472
Petitioner - Appellant: HANEEF JACKSON-BEY
Respondent - Appellee: J. T. SHARTLE, Warden

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