Tuesday, February 17, 2015

More Federal Court Filings in the Alabama Same-Sex Marriage Litigation

Lots of filing activity today in Strawser, one of the federal cases pending before Judge Granade on the constitutionality of Alabama’s same-sex marriage ban. As we covered earlier, the Alabama Supreme Court recently ordered briefing on an Emergency Petition for a Writ of Mandamus filed by two groups opposing same-sex marriage, ostensibly as “relators” for the State of Alabama. This prompted the Jefferson County probate judge (who had been granting licenses to same-sex couples) to seek to intervene in the federal litigation.

Kent Faulk has this report on today’s filings, but here’s a summary:

You can find copies of all the important filings, rulings, and other documents here.

 

 

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