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Loubser v. U.S., 05-3058

Dismissal of a 42 U.S.C. 1983 suit against numerous individuals for conspiracy, harassment and corruption of the judicial process is reversed where: 1) the complaint was not obviously frivolous; 2) plaintiff's claims did not violate the Rooker-Feldman doctrine; and 3) plaintiff's claims were not barred by the domestic-relations exception to federal jurisdiction.

Appellate Information

  • Submitted 12/05/2005
  • Decided 03/08/2006
  • Published 03/08/2006


  • POSNER, Circuit Judge., Before POSNER, WILLIAMS, and SYKES, Circuit Judges.


  • United States Seventh Circuit


  • For Appellant:
  • Annare L. Loubser, Monticello, IN, pro se., Courtney B. Justice, Logansport, IN, pro se., Brent R. Dechert, Dechert Law Office, Kokomo, IN, pro se., Charles V. Traylor, Kortepeter McPherson Hun Freihofer & Minton, Indianapolis, IN, pro se.

  • For Appellees:
  • Elizabeth Rogers, Office of the Attorney General, Indianapolis, IN, for Defendant-Appellee, Robert W. Thacker., Michael J. Stapleton, Ball, Eggleston, Bumbleburg, McBride, Walkey & Stapleton, Lafayette, IN, for Defendant-Appellee, Alexander R. Pala., Terry L. Smith, Dellinger, Dellinger & Smith, Monticello, IN, for Defendant-Appellee, David Diener., Lewis D. Dellinger, Dellinger, Dellinger & Smith, Monticello, IN, for Defendant-Appellee, Doug Radersdorf., John T. Million, Monticello, IN, for Defendant-Appellee, Indiana Abstract & Title Co.