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Nearly half the states in the U.S. are expected to act to prohibit abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
Amici are the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a nonprofit organization created in 1963 to combat racism and vindicate civil rights through litigation, and 11 other civil rights organizations. The brief explains that Section 1983 offers relief in federal court to anyone deprived of a federal right by anyone acting under the color […]
Amicus is the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, the nation’s first and foremost civil rights law organization. The brief demonstrates that the Texas law and its effort to evade the Constitution is inconsistent with both the Fourteenth Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1871. Amici argue that inaction by the Supreme Court would […]
Amici are administrative law, constitutional law, and civil procedure scholars. The brief explains how S.B. 8’s enforcement scheme violates due process and sets a dangerous precedent that is already being copied to other areas of constitutional rights, with grave implications for constitutional governance and the rule of law. Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP is pro […]
Amici are professors writing in the areas of constitutional law, criminal law, and criminal procedure. The brief argues that allowing Texas to evade judicial review of a blatantly unconstitutional law would damage the Court’s legitimacy, undermine faith in the Court as a non-ideological institution, and give other states the green light to enact similar schemes […]
Amicus is the Firearms Policy Coalition, a nonprofit membership organization that promotes individual liberties, including the right to keep and bear arms and the freedom of speech. The brief argues that this case is important because the approach used by Texas could be used against numerous other constitutional rights. If this scheme is effective at […]
Amici are constitutional law scholars writing in support of the United States. Amici argue that Texas’s transparent scheme to evade judicial review of S.B. 8 represents an exceptional circumstance that the United States has standing to challenge. Amici further argue that the law is an unprecedented attack on the Supremacy Clause and the Framers’ constitutional […]
Amici are law professors whose scholarship focuses on constitutional law, federal courts, civil rights, and civil procedure. The brief recounts the history of Congress’s enactment of Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act in response to southern state resistance during the Reconstruction era, specifically state-sanctioned vigilantism that violated federal constitutional rights. Amici explain that Section […]