Cases filed in the Fifth Circuit Courts
Cases 1 - 10 of 127
Dwayne Palmer v. Warden USP Pollock
as 20-30663
Respondent / Appellee: Warden USP Pollock
Petitioner / Appellant: Dwayne Palmer
Carlton Landis v. M. Martin, et al
as 20-60939
Plaintiff / Appellant: Carlton Theodore Landis
Defendant / Appellee: Sean Evans, Case Manager at USP-Yazoo City, Christopher Curry, Unit Manager at USP-Yazoo City, R. Taylor, Lieutenant at USP-Yazoo City and others
Spivey v. Warden USP Beaumont et al
as 1:2020cv00405
Plaintiff: Madriez Spivey
Defendant: Warden USP Beaumont, Unknown Party
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Bivens Act
Marcel Malachowski v. Federal Bureau of Prisons, et al
as 20-10939
Defendant / Appellee: Officer McCulla, Unit Mgr, Federal Bureau of Prisons, General Counsel, Administrative Staff Unknown, USP Atlanta Satelite Camp and others
Plaintiff / Appellant: Marcel Malachowski
Ali v. Warden USP-Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00348
Respondent: Warden USP-Beaumont
Petitioner: Jesus Thomas Ali
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federal)
Cardenas v. Warden USP Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00326
Respondent: Warden USP Beaumont
Petitioner: Julio Cesar Cardenas
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federal)
Willis v. Warden USP Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00315
Petitioner: Melvin Willis
Respondent: Warden USP Beaumont
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federal)
Bell v. USP Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00289
Plaintiff: Nelson A. Bell, Jr.
Defendant: USP Beaumont
Cause Of Action: Federal Question: Other Civil Rights
Najarro v. Warden, USP Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00263
Respondent: Warden, USP Beaumont
Petitioner: Giovanni Alexis Najarro, Sr
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federal)
Najarro v. Warden, USP Beaumont
as 1:2020cv00262
Respondent: Warden, USP Beaumont
Petitioner: Giovanni Alexis Najarro, Sr
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (federal)

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