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  2. Domai v. Defendant Placeholder :: Justia Dockets & Filings

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    Disclaimer: Justia Dockets & Filings provides public litigation records from the federal appellate and district courts. These filings and docket sheets should not be considered findings of fact or liability, nor do they necessarily reflect the view of Justia.

  3. Music | Defendant

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    Defendant. Scranton, Pennsylvania. ... Other Linked Artists/Labels. and more...

  4. In Absentia Convictions: Legal Placeholders — Egypt Justice ...

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    Most obviously, to convict and sentence an absent defendant without a trial on the merits, even if the conviction is no more than a legal placeholder, is logically irreconcilable with the presumption of innocence.

  5. Supreme Court of Ohio Case Summaries

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    (May 25, 2010) The Supreme Court of Ohio today ruled that the rules of civil procedure do not allow a claimant to designate defendants using fictitious names as placeholders in a complaint filed within the statute-of-limitations period and then identify, name, and personally serve those defendants after the limitations period has elapsed.

  6. “Placeholder” Motions to Certify are Unnecessary after ...

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    The Seventh Circuit had expressly blessed the use of “placeholder” motions filed along with the complaint as a “simple solution” to the pick-off problem presented by a defendant’s pre-certification OJ.

  7. Registry of Pseudonyms

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    John Doe was the name given to the fictitious lessee of the plaintiff, in the mixed action of ejectment, the fictitious defendant being called Richard Roe. This particular use became obsolete in the UK in 1852.

  8. Ohio Supreme Court clarifies rules on 'John Doe' lawsuits ...

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    While Ohio law allows plaintiffs to file "placeholder" lawsuits with nameless defendants such as John Doe, the Ohio Supreme Court says the actual names of those targets must be known before the ...

  9. Music | Mike Defendant

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    Mike Defendant. Charlotte, North Carolina. Acoustic PUNK ROCK

  10. A: "Does", "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" are placeholder name used in legal actions for people whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld for legal reasons. "Does 1-100" being used in a particular case probably means that there are up to 100 additional parties (fictitious defendants) to the legal action that are not yet known.

  11. John Doe - Wikipedia

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    The Oxford English Dictionary states that John Doe is "the name given to the fictitious lessee of the plaintiff, in the (now obsolete in the UK) mixed action of ejectment, the fictitious defendant being called Richard Roe".