Jane Doe


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Jane Doe

female counterpart of John Doe. [Am. Usage: Misc.]
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Jane Doe is represented by Helmer Friedman, LLP a Beverly Hills, California law firm that represents employees and other individuals seeking to assert their rights.
The UO and Jane Doe settled the civil lawsuit earlier month; the university agreed to pay her $800,000 and provide her with four-year, full-ride enrollment at the university.
For Kennerly, who worked in the sheriff's Homicide Unit for 21 years and came out of retirement to work cold cases, Castaic Jane Doe is just one of 200 homicide victims he is trying to identify.
Despite Tuesday's order, it's still not clear when Jane Doe will be able to have her abortion.
Jane Doe must pay an unspecified amount to her attorneys out of the $800,000 settlement sum.
County Superior Court, the woman, who identifies herself as Jane Doe, has claimed that she was trying to get to her seat in the V.
Until a few weeks ago the 79-year old woman, who changed her name to Jane Doe by deed poll, had no nationality, identity or passport, and could not divorce or marry.
The case of Debbie Deer Creek oC the name given to the Jane Doe by law enforcement officials oC languished for more than two decades as forensic scientists did not have the ability to determine her identity because forensic DNA technology could not effectively analyze the samples recovered from her skeletal remains.
The pregnant, undocumented teen, known in court filings as Jane Doe, was scheduled to terminate her pregnancy Friday.
If Jake will be actively involved in Zapata's life in Season 3, the bigger question is whether or not the latter will choose to be part of the CIA or stay with Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) and Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) in the FBI.
The allegations against the presidential candidate were filed on September 30 under the name of Jane Doe in the Southern District Court of New York.