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Nash v. Letizia

U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit


decided: September 19, 1994.

MONICA NASH, BOTH AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND AS GUARDIAN AD LITEM FOR HER UNBORN CHILD, BABY NASH-WILLIAMS, APPELLANT
v.
PAUL LETIZIA (CAMDEN NEW JERSEY DISTRICT CIVIL NO. 89-04505); LUCILLE WILLIAMS, AS ADMINISTRATRIX AD PROSEQUENDUM AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL C. WILLIAMS; MARQUISE COLLAZO; AND CHANTELLE COLLAZO, MINORS, BY THEIR MOTHER AND NATURAL GUARDIAN, LYDIA COLLAZO, APPELLANTS V. CITY OF VINELAND, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY; PAUL LETIZIA, INDIVIDUALS AND IN HIS CAPACITY AS A POLICE OFFICER OF THE CITY OF VINELAND, JOINTLY, SEVERALLY AND/OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE (CAMDEN NEW JERSEY DISTRICT CIVIL NO. 90-02750)

On Appeal From the United States District Court For the District of New Jersey. D.C. Civ. Nos. 89-04505 and 90-02750. (District Judge: Honorable John F. Gerry, Chief Judge).

Before: Becker, and Alito, Circuit Judges, and Brody, District Judge.*fn*

Author: Becker

Affirmed.


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