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March 15, 2010

Suits filed: March 15, 2010

Suits filed: Feb. 22-26, 2010

Suits filed in Madison County courts Feb. 22-26, 2010

Superior Court 1

Capital One Bank vs. Anissa J. Jackson, collection

Capital One Bank vs. Brandon E. Sheets, collection

Midland Funding LLC vs. Scott A. Clark, collection

Midland Funding LLC vs. Candace McDonald, collection

Midland Funding LLC vs. Gregory B. Smith, collection

Darnella McGraw vs. Gary M. Conn II, civil tort

Byrne N. Everett vs. Linda J. Everett, domestic relations

Wells Fargo Bank vs. Richard A. Mooney, mortgage foreclosure

Kandy J. Collins vs. Aaron W. Snider, protective order

Beneficial Financial Inc. vs. Nathan S. Lee, collection

Seanelle C. Ingram vs. Michael Lamacchia, domestic relations

Brittney N. Griffith vs. Chad Griffith, domestic relations

The Marina I LP vs. TCS Development LLC, mortgage foreclosure

BAC Home Loans Servicing L.P. vs. William W. Huston, mortgage foreclosure

Christina M. Grim vs. Harold F. Dunn, protective order

Citifinancial Services vs. Kellie Davis, collection

Citifinancial Services vs. Brenda Hiday, collection

Citifinancial Services vs. Rebecca E. McGuire, collection

Misty L. Odom vs. Brian O. Odom, domestic relations

BAC Home Loans Servicing vs. Dewayne A. Patterson, mortgage foreclosure

Timothy Shane vs. Linzi M. Schmidt, miscellaneous civil

Cynthia L. Mullins vs. Prosecutor of Madison County, miscellaneous civil

Aaron R. Staton vs. Amanda Y. Staton, protective order

Citibank South Dakota N.A. vs. Randy S. Doster, collection

Chase Home Finance vs. Catherine A. Dishroon, mortgage foreclosure

Brittney L. Randolph vs. Justin K. Mincey, domestic relations

Prosecutor vs. Antwuan D. Moody, miscellaneous civil

Prosecutor vs. Stephen R. Jones Jr., miscellaneous civil

Charles C. Phillips vs. Shonda Jones, protective order

Kevin Peak vs. Timia Woods, protective order

JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Robert I. Terrell, collection

American General Financial Services vs. Jack R. Freestone, collection

Paula R. Lee vs. Christopher D. Lee, domestic relations

Litton Loan Servicing vs. Gregory Vanalst, mortgage foreclosure

Superior Court 2

Cynthia M. Henna vs. Gregory L. Henna, domestic relations

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