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Day v. County of Allegheny

U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit


decided: November 7, 1994.

BRYANT E. DAY AND TANYA L. DAY, HIS WIFE, APPELLANTS
v.
COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY; CHARLES R. KOZAKIEWICZ, WARDEN OF THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY JAIL; CITY OF PITTSBURGH; OFFICER LEO O'NEIL; BRUCE JACKSON, AN ALLEGHENY COUNTY PROBATION OFFICER; ALLEGHENY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ADULT PROBATION AND PAROLE, AND INCLUDING JOHN AND JANE DOES NOS. 1 THROUGH 25, THE LAST TWENTY-FIVE NAMES BEING FICTITIOUS, THE REAL NAMES AND EXACT PRESENTLY UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFFS, SAID FICTITIOUS NAMES BEING INTENDED TO DESIGNATE THE COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS, CORRECTIONS OFFICERS, AND POLICE OFFICERS WHO PLANNED, EXECUTED AND SUBSEQUENTLY CONCEALED THE FALSE ARREST AND EXCESSIVE FORCE COMPLAINED OF IN THIS CIVIL ACTION, AND WHO ARE SUED IN THEIR OFFICIAL AND INDIVIDUAL CAPACITIES

On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. (D.C. Civil No. 93-00190). District Judge: Honorable Alan N. Bloch.

Before: Greenberg, Scirica, and Lewis, Circuit Judges

Author: Greenberg

Affirmed.

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