1/18: ACRU’s amicus brief argued that the district court’s demand for a redrawn legislative map was unreasonable.
The ACRU joined the Pacific Legal Foundation in filing an amicus brief, urging the Supreme Court to grant Brott v. United States, a case about whether property owners are entitled to a jury when the federal government takes their land.
The legal challenges to President Trump’s immigration executive order regarding terror-prone nations should be dismissed from court for all the reasons the U.S. Justice Department explains in its Supreme Court legal brief.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals was wrong to strike down Ohio’s voter roll cleanup policy, a brief filed at the U.S. Supreme Court today by the American Civil Rights Union argues.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin has found that the Republican-authored districting had the effect of disadvantaging Democrats despite meeting all other state redistricting criteria.
Minnesota voter had right to wear Gadsden flag and “Please I.D. Me” button at polling place.
The lower courts had misapplied the First Amendment and interfered with the president’s constitutional executive power.
As the government says, there is no doubt that this executive order “has been the subject of passionate political debate.”
The First Amendment “cannot be claimed by foreigners on foreign soil.”
Fourth Circuit brief seeks reversal of U.S. District Court in Maryland’s temporary injunction against president’s “travel ban” from terror-prone countries.