The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for
women, ... Other fictitious names for a person involved in litigation under English
Feb 15, 2012 ... The John Doe custom was born out of a strange and long since vanished ...
Frequently, landlords named the fictitious parties in their actions John Doe (the ...
change the first name so there aren't 26 Jane Does admitted.
Table 1: John or Jane Doe Defendants in Civil Matters . ... assumed business
name 'does not create a separate legal entity . . . [and that] [t]he designation [d/b/a
A Fictitious Name Permit is not required by a corporation if practicing under the
corporate name. ... Your application will be returned if the fictitious name does not
reflect the required family name and ... Dental Group of John Doe, DDS, Inc.
The "John Doe" custom dates back to the reign of England's King Edward III, ... to
as "John Doe," who leased land to another man, the equally fictitious "Richard ...
The name 'John Doe' for males, 'Jane Doe' for females, or the ... as early as the
reign of King Edward III (1312–1377), 'John Doe' sometimes spelled 'Doo', ... in
the mixed action of ejectment, the fictitious defendant being called Richard Roe.
Jun 8, 2010 ... O'Donnell said while a plaintiff could file a suit using fictitious names for ... Erwin
decided to replace the John Does with Dr. William V. Swoger ...
NEXT FRIEND OF JOHN DOE II, ... the use of ﬁctitious names violates the
confrontation clauses of the United States ... AND BRIEF IN SUPPORT - Page 3 ...
a fictitious name used in legal proceedings for a male party whose true name is
not ... 3. of or for an unknown person; using the name John Doe to stand for an ...
A fictitious name used to identify an unknown man or body. Also referred to as '
Jane Doe'. 2. An unidentified man. 3. An alias used in legal proceedings to ...