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Davis v. Chasse

United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit

February 29, 2016

WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a Minor Child Plaintiff - Appellant
v.
ERIC CRAIG CHASSE, individually, and in His official capacities as North Carolina State Judge representing the State of North Carolina Defendant-Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a minor child Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
MICHELE JAWORSKI Defendant – Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a Minor Child Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
SUSAN VICK, Attorney Advocate for the Wake County Guardian Ad Litem program Individually and in her official capacities; CHARLOTTE MITCHELL, Guardian Ad Litem Individually and in her official Capacities Defendants – Appellees WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., Next best Friend to Natural Minor Child J.F.D Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
WAKE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, Ramon Rajano, Warren Ludwig, John Tanner, Wake County Attorney's Office County Attorney, Wake County Attorney's Office Attorney, Albert J. Singer Defendant – Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR. Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
TOWN OF CARY NORTH CAROLINA; TOWN OF CARY NORTH CAROLINA POLICE DEPARTMENT; MICHELLE SAVAGE, individually and in official capacity as a detective of the Cary North Carolina Police Department; GREGORY SAVAGE, individually and in official capacity as a police officer of the Cary North Carolina Police Department; SCOTT CUNNINGHAM, individually and in his official capacity as Chief of Police of the Cary North Carolina Police Department; PAT BAZEMORE, individually and in his official capacity as Chief of Police of the Cary North Carolina Police Department, successor to Chief Scott Cunningham Defendants – Appellees WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a minor child Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
ALBERT J. SINGER Defendant – Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR. Plaintiff – Appellant\
v.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Governor Beverely Perdue, individually and in her official capacity as governor, and predecessor Mike Easley, individually and official capacity as governor; THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES; WAKE COUNTY GOVERNMENT, David Cook individually, and in his official capacity as county manager of Wake County, North Carolina; WAKE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, a North Carolina Agency; Ramon Rajano, Warren Ludwig, John Tanner, Vanessa Clifton, Gaye Styron, Lillian Overton; WAKE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, a Wake County Government agency, attorney Scott Warren, Albert J. Singer, Melinda W. Cope, Elizabeth Clary; COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES BOARD, Chairman Mr. William L. (Bill) Stanford individually and in his official capacity as chairman of the county human services board, of Wake County Department of Health and Human Services; DANIELLE DOYLE, Audrey Richardson, Lisa Sellers, Jan Magri, Peggy Wallace, Tammy Patterson, Allison Thompson, Sonji Carlton; SANDRICKA WILLIAMS, Barbara Pembroke, individually and in their official capacities as foster care mothers on behalf of Wake County, Department of Health and Human Services; MIKE COOK, Marie Blake, Tracey Wall, Nancy Dixon, individually and in official capacities as directing supervisor, case managers, and supervisors of Wake County Government child support enforcement on behalf of human services of Wake County, North Carolina Defendants – Appellees WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a Minor Child Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
RICHARD CROUTHERMEL, individually, and in His official capacities as Wake County Attorney Advocate representing Wake County North Carolina Guardian Ad Litem Program Defendant – Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR., next best friend of J.F.D., a minor child Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
DANIELLE DOYLE, Child Protective Services, Social Worker of Wake County Human Services, of Cary North Carolina in her individual and official capacities; RAMON RAJANO, Director, Wake County Human Services of Raleigh, North Carolina in his individual and official capacities; DAVID COOKE, Manager, Wake County Government of Raleigh, North Carolina in his individual and official capacities; BEVERLY PERDUE, Governor, State of North Carolina in her official and individual capacities in County of Wake, City of Raleigh, North Carolina; ERIC CRAIG CHASSE, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, North Carolina; MONICA M. BOUSMAN, Judge, State of North Carolina in her official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; LORI CHRISTIANSON, Judge, State of North Carolina in her official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; VINSTON ROZIER, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; JAMES FULLWOOD, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; ROBERT B. RADAR, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; PAUL RIDGEWAY, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; DONALD STEPHENS, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacities in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; JOHN SMITH, Judge, State of North Carolina in his official and individual capacites in the County of Wake, City of Raleigh, State of North Carolina; ALBERT J. SINGER, Attorney, Wake County Human Services of Raleigh, North Carolina in his individual and official capacities as a Wake County Movement Employee in the State of North Carolina; BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Wake County Government in their seven individual and official capacities; MELANIE A. SHEKITA, Prosecutor ADA, Wake County in her individual and official capacities on behalf of the State of North Carolina; MICHELE SAVAGE, Detective, Wake County Law Enforcement Officer in her individual and official capacities as a Cary, North Carolina Police Officer for the Cary, North Carolina Police Department; SCOTT CUNNINGHAM, Chief of Police, Cary North Carolina Police Department of Wake County North Carolina; PAT BAZEMORE, Chief of Police, Cary North Carolina Police Department of Wake County, North Carolina; IRVIN LEGGETT, Individually and in his official capacities as a Cary, North Carolina Police Law Enforcement Officer of Cary North Carolina; GREGORY SAVAGE, individually and in their official capacities as a Cary North Carolina Police Law Enforcement Officer of Cary, North Carolina; RON MARGIOTTA, Wake County Board of Education, Chairman of the Board, Individually and in his official capacity; DEL BURNS, Superintendent, Wake County Public School System, individual and official capacities; DONNA HARGENS, Dr., acting Superintendent Wake County Public School System, individually and in her official capacities; SHERRY SCHLIESSER, Principal, Wake County Public School System of Kingwood Elementary School, Cary North Carolina, Wake County, North Carolina; ELANE HOFFELT, Lead Secretary, Wake County Public School System of Kingwood Elementary School, Cary, North Carolina, Wake County, North Carolina; KRISTIE LEWIS, Counselor, Wake County Public School System of Kingwood Elementary School, Cary, North Carolina of Wake County, North Carolina Defendants – Appellees WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR. Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
BARBARA PEMBROKE, individually and her official capacities as foster mother representing Wake County North Carolina Defendant – Appellee WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, JR. Plaintiff – Appellant
v.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Governor Bev Perdue, Office of the Governor; WAKE COUNTY GUARDIAN A.D. LITEM PROGRAM; WAKE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES; WAKE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE; UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, School of Medicine, Program on Childhood Trauma and Maltreatment, Nancy Berson; TOWN OF CARY NORTH CAROLINA; TOWN OF CARY NORTH CAROLINA POLICE DEPARTMENT; MICHELLE SAVAGE, individually and in official capacity as a detective of the Cary North Carolina Police Department Defendants – Appellees WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, II, and a

(4:11-cv-00020-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00019-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00009-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00008-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00006-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00012-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00011-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00017-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00014-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00016-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00015-RBS-DEM) (4:13-cv-00055-RBS-DEM) (2:11-cv-00571-RBS-TEM) (2:11-cv-00500-RBS-TEM) (4:09-cv-00142-RBS-JEB) (4:09-cv-00113-RBS-JEB) (4:11-cv-00010-RBS-DEM) (4:08-cv-00038-RBS-JEB) (4:11-cv-00004-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00007-RBS-DEM) (4:11-cv-00005-RBS-DEM) (4:13-cv-00063-RBS-DEM)

JUDGMENT

In accordance with the decision of this court, the judgments of the district court are affirmed.

This judgment shall take effect upon issuance of this court's mandate in accordance ...


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