Civil Rights Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Michael Mead v. Calvin Shaw
as 17-1677
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL MEAD
Defendant - Appellee: CALVIN SHAW, Individually and in his capacity as Captain of the Gaston County Police Department, REGINALD BLOOM, Individually and in his official capacity as a Detective for the Gaston County Police Department, WILLIAM SAMPSON, Individually and in his capacity as a Detective for the Gaston County Police Department and others
Defendant: GASTON COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, NORTH CAROLINA STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS, WILLIAM J. FARLEY, Individually and in his capacity as the Chief of Police for the Gaston County Police Department and others
Movant: WILLIAM STETZER
Michael Mead v. Calvin Shaw We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 16-1186
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHAEL MEAD
Defendant - Appellee: CALVIN SHAW, Individually and in his capacity as Captain of the Gaston County Police Department, REGINALD BLOOM, Individually and in his official capacity as a Detective for the Gaston County Police Department, WILLIAM SAMPSON, Individually and in his capacity as a Detective for the Gaston County Police Department and others
Defendant: GASTON COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, NORTH CAROLINA STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS, WILLIAM J. FARLEY, Individually and in his capacity as the Chief of Police for the Gaston County Police Department and others
Ronald Paul v. South Carolina Dept Transp We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 14-2146
Plaintiff - Appellant: RONALD I. PAUL
Defendant - Appellee: SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, PAUL D. DE HOLCZER, individually and as a partner of the law firm of Moses, Koon & Brackett, PC, G. L. BUCKLES, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Keith J. Buckles and G. L. Buckles individually personal representative Keith J. Buckles and others

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