A fictitious defendant is a person that cannot be identified by the plaintiff before a lawsuit is commenced. Commonly this person is identified as "John Doe" or ...


"John Doe" (for males) and "Jane Doe" (for females) are multiple-use names that are used when the true name of a person is unknown or is being intentionally ...


John Doe fictitious. Personal ... "Does [which is plural for "Doe"] 1-25" simply refers to any defendants whom the plaintiff has yet to identify. More.


Yes, to reiterate, a "DOE" defendant, as in "John Doe" is a defendant that is sued under that name because there may be people who you have ...


Defendants identified at this juncture as John and Jane Doe defendants. ... Upon information and belief, Defendants John Doe Corporations 1 through 10.


John Does, 1–5, New York State Office of General Services, New York Racing Association, Inc., Christopher K. Kay, Stephen Travers, State of New York, ...


Named as defendants were Lake Shore Steel Company (“Lake Shore”), Alsteel Fabricators, Inc., Grove Manufacturing Company, and “John Doe 1-5.


John Does (1-5) are subject to the jurisdiction and venue of this court. The true ... Plaintiff will amend Complaint to show said John Does' true names and service.


John 1:5 New International Version (NIV). 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. Footnotes: John 1:5 Or understood ...