Catholic Priests and Orthodox Jewish Congregants Sue New York Governor in Federal Court For Civil Rights Violations https://t.co/CEquVhNmhB— Ron Coleman (@RonColeman) June 26, 2020
This morning (June 26th, 2010) the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York entered the injunction:
Having said that, the motion to intervene as amicus was denied, as is the more common outcome at the trial level. I successfully opposed such motions in the Gavin McInnes case in Alabama (which is still pending) and the COVID lockdown challenge I am handling with Harmeet Dhillon in New Jersey (also pending). Concomitantly, I was shut down when, on behalf of the Agudah, I moved for leave to be heard as an amicus in this one.
So, why bother? Because, while amici are (understandably) not really welcome at the trial-court level, usually the judge does take a look at these submissions, and some people believe they can see their effects on ultimate outcome.
If you want to also take a peek at what he submitted here and ponder whether the decision above was influenced by it all, here is what we submitted. It does present a pretty interesting angle on things, either way.
We also supplemented our submission, to wit: