Prisoner Petitions Cases filed in the Ninth Circuit Courts
Dean Schwartzmiller v. K. Rodriguez, et al
as 18-55433
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEAN A. SCHWARTZMILLER
Defendant - Appellee: K. RODRIGUEZ, Psychologist at the Richard J. Donovan State Prison (RJD), JOHN LARSON, NBC News Correspondent, NBC NEWS and others
Dean Schwartzmiller v. K. Rodriguez, et al
as 17-55980
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEAN A. SCHWARTZMILLER
Defendant - Appellee: K. RODRIGUEZ, Psychologist at the Richard J. Donovan State Prison (RJD), JOHN LARSON, NBC News Correspondent, NBC NEWS and others
Ruben Valdez v. Matthew Cate, et al
as 16-16948
Plaintiff - Appellant: RUBEN VALDEZ
Defendant - Appellee: MATTHEW CATE, Secretary of Corrections, California Department of Corrections, TIM V. VIRGA, Warden, L. JOHNSON-DOVEY, Associate Warden, CSP-Sacramento and others
John Neuendorf, II v. Unknown Parties, et al
as 16-16565
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOHN CALVIN NEUENDORF, II, AKA J. Neuendorf, AKA John Calvin Neuendorf
Defendant - Appellee: UNKNOWN PARTIES, named as: Unknown Partys at Lewis Prison, DANIEL WILLIAMS, ROBERT TRIAS, Corrections Officer III at ASPC Lewis and others
William Gray v. Jeff Kirkman, et al
as 14-35158
Plaintiff - Appellant: WILLIAM GRAY
Defendant - Appellee: JEFF KIRKMAN, IDOC Access to Courts Coordinator, NOEL BARLOW-HUST, Deputy Warden of Operations, ICI-O, LAURA ASHFORD, Paralegal and others
Ruben Valdez v. Matthew Cate, et al
as 13-15758
Plaintiff - Appellant: RUBEN VALDEZ
Defendant - Appellee: MATTHEW CATE, TIM VIRGA, Warden, L. JOHNSON-DOVEY, Associate Warden, CSP-Sacramento and others
Scott Njos v. Norwood et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2010cv01265
Defendant: Officer Williams, Wilder, Townsend and others
Plaintiff: Scott Njos
Njos v. Norwood et al
as 3:2010cv01736
Plaintiff: Scott Njos
Defendant: Norwood, Assistant Warden Over Medical, Hodak and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question

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