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November 02, 2010

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JohnDoeUtah

White v Baker, 696 F.Supp.2d 1289 (N.D. Georgia 2010), found this exect type of law to be unconstitutional.

There is a preliminary injunction against it in Doe v. Nebraska,--- F.Supp.2d ---, 2010 WL3253966 (D.Neb. 2010); set for trial May 2011.

There is also a new lawsuit against E-STOP in the State of New York.

Doe v. Shurtleff, 2010 WL 4188248 (C.A.10 (Oct. 26, 2010), cert. denied, 562 U.S. ---.

While SCOTUS Denied Certiorari in Doe v. Shurtleff at. el., that does not mean they ruled on ther merits. It was the first case on this issue to address SCOTUS, and without any Circuit Court of Appeals splits on the issue.

We will be driving for rulings of unconstitutionality in the 8th and 4th Circuit regarding pending cases already docketed there; as well as driving new lawsuits in the 4th and 9th Circuits. We will push this until SCOTUS takes a case, create enough of a Circuit Split on the issue, as the decision of the Tenth Circuit goes way beyond what is allowed under SCOTUS Precedence.

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