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Alabama: principal briefs now filed in Gooden v. Worley appeal

The main briefs have now been filed in the State of Alabama v. Gooden appeal to the Alabama Supreme Court (this was Gooden v. Worley in the trial court). Click on the links to get the Appellants' brief (1711 kb) and the Appellees' brief (219 kb). For earlier posts about this case, go to the Voting archive page on my other website.

Ryan Haygood, Sam Spital, and I represent the plaintiffs in this action seeking to restore the voting rights of thousands of Alabamians who have wrongfully been denied the right to vote.

A group of clergy have filed an amicus brief (1362 kb) in support of the plaintiffs. We appreciate the work of the Brennan Center and the Birmingham firm of Whatley Drake & Kallas LLC in producing this brief.

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