Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Cases 1 - 10 of 88
Donald Jackson v. Robert Carter, et al
as 21-1711
Defendant / Appellee: MS. SMITH, NEAL FETZ, KEITH BUTTS and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: DONALD L. JACKSON
Byron Hubbard v. Indiana Parole Board
as 20-3527
Respondent / Appellee: KEITH BUTTS, INDIANA PAROLE BOARD
Petitioner / Appellant: BYRON HUBBARD
Wendell Brown v. Marion County Superior Court, et al
as 19-2799
Defendant / Appellee: JENNIFER SMITH, in official and private capacities, MARION COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT, MAJOR DAVIS, in official and private capacities and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: WENDELL BROWN, also known as Menes Ankh El
Leonard Thomas v. Jack Hendrix, et al
as 19-2784
Plaintiff / Appellant: LEONARD THOMAS
Defendant / Appellee: MARK R. SEVIER, Superintendent, Westville Correctional Facility, VICKI E. BURDINE, Psychiatrist, JACK HENDRIX, Director of Classification and others
Menes Ankh El v. Keith Butts
as 19-2150
Petitioner / Appellant: WENDELL BROWN, also known as Menes Ankh El
Respondent / Appellee: KEITH BUTTS
David Paterson v. Keith Butts
as 19-2058
Respondent / Appellee: KEITH BUTTS
Petitioner / Appellant: DAVID PATERSON
Mark Hughes v. Robert Carter, et al
as 19-1967
Defendant / Appellee: ROBERT E. CARTER, Comm., KEITH BUTTS, Warden, DOES 1-100 and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: MARK S. HUGHES
Menes Ankh-El v. Robert Carter, et al
as 19-1969
Appellee: MS. OWENS, JENNIFER SMITH
Defendant / Appellee: MR. FETZ, KEITH BUTTS, ROBERT CARTER and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: WENDELL BROWN, also known as MENES ANKH-EL
Lance Howard v. Keith Butts, et al
as 19-1931
Defendant / Appellee: NEW CASTLE N-C-P TREATMENT TEAM, NURSE BOYCE, DOCTOR DAUSS and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: LANCE HOWARD
John Sims v. Ms. Stamper, et al
as 19-1923
Defendant / Appellee: KEITH BUTTS, MS. STAMPER
Plaintiff / Appellant: JOHN E. SIMS

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