When plaintiff's lawyers draft complaints, in addition to naming the defendants whose identities are known, they also name DOE defendants (DOES 1-50 means the lawyer is naming 50 fictitious defendants by the name of DOE).
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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.
What is a Doe Defendant? In California, if you are ignorant of the name or identity of a defendant, you may still name that defendant in your complaint by
doe defendants 1-50, third-party defendants appeal from the circuit court of the first circuit (civil no. 04-1-2392) order dismissing appeal pursuant to hrap rule 30
Case opinion for US 10th Circuit KIRCH v. Doe Defendants 1–5, Defendants.. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Defendants John Doe Nos 1-50 are alleged to have participated in the bid rigging and unlawful restraint of trade, according to the lawsuit.