Torts - Property Cases
Frith v. New York City Police Departmen
as 13-2764
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jerry Frith
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York, Corey Hill, individually and as special agent of the ATF, Evan Bonfimld, tax no. 888452, individually and as property clerk of the NYPD and others
Frith v. New York City Police Departmen
as 13-734
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jerry Frith
Defendant: New York City Police Department, Tonia Hall, Detective, tax no 891599 individually and as property clerk of NYPD, Evan Bonfimld, tax no. 888452, individually and as property clerk of the NYPD and others
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York and Corey Hill, individually and as special agent of the ATF
Frith v. New York City Police Departmen
as 12-3303
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jerry Frith
Defendant: New York City Police Department, Corey Hill, individually and as special agent of the ATF, Tonia Hall, Detective, tax no 891599 individually and as property clerk of NYPD and others
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York
Frith v. New York City Police Departmen
as 12-2835
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jerry Frith
Defendant: New York City Police Department, Corey Hill, individually and as special agent of the ATF, Tonia Hall, Detective, tax no 891599 individually and as property clerk of NYPD and others
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York
Frith v. New York City Police Departmen
as 10-4103
Plaintiff - Appellant: Jerry Frith
Defendant: New York City Police Department, Corey Hill, individually and as special agent of the ATF, Tonia Hall, Detective, tax no 891599 individually and as property clerk of NYPD and others
Defendant - Appellee: City of New York
Frith v. New York City Police Department We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2007cv05899
Plaintiff: Jerry Frith
Defendant: New York City Police Department
Cause Of Action: 28 U.S.C. ยง 1331 Fed. Question: Other

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