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Reeder v. Allan
as 10-3725
Plaintiff - Appellant: Raszell Reeder
Defendant - Appellee: Dale Artus, Lieutenant, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual capacity, Baker, Sargeant., Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual capacity, Andrew T. Baxter, U.S. Magistrate Judge, sued in individual capacity and others
Hubrecht v. Artu
as 10-3610
Petitioner - Appellant: Louis Hubrecht
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility Dannemore, New York, Attorney General of New York State
Crosby v. Artu
as 10-3062
Petitioner - Appellant: Marvin Crosby
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility
Brink v. Artu
as 10-2848
Petitioner - Appellant: Richard C. Brink
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent Clinton Correctional Facility
Hearns v. Artu
as 10-2736
Petitioner - Appellant: Danny Hearns
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility
Bailey v. Pataki We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-2563
Plaintiff - Appellee: Kenneth Bailey, Robert Trocchio, Jorge Burgos, Jr. and others
Defendant - Appellant: George Pataki, former Governor of New York State, Eileen Consilvio, former Executive Director, Manhattan Psychiatric Center and Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center, John Doe, # 1, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Corrections and others
Dorsey v. Brian
as 10-2182
Plaintiff - Appellant: Leroy Dorsey
Defendant - Appellee: Brian Fisher, Commissioner, N.Y.S. D.O.C.S., Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Faciity, Racette, Dep. Supt. Security, Clinton Correctional Facility and others
Grayson v. Artus
as 10-689
Petitioner - Appellant: Oriley Grayson
Respondent - Appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility

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