U.S. Supreme Court received letter from USWGO news Brian Hill to give consent for Amicus Curiae/Brief and extend time for any lawyer or law professor to file a brief with SCOTUS

by Laurie Azgard Received an email forward from Brian's mother, that the filing had been received by the U.S. Supreme Court as of July 9, 2020. The filing concerns a letter sent by Brian D. Hill of USWGO alternative news giving consent for any lawyer, law professor, or legal advocacy group to file an amicus... Continue Reading →

USWGO news reporter Brian D. Hill files Amicus Curiae/Brief extension; consent with U.S. Supreme Court giving lawyers more time to file briefs in SCOTUS

I have received a email from Brian's mother with documents from Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news]. Brian is filing a letter with the United States Supreme Court. Brian is giving them consent to have an outside attorney or party to file an amicus curiae type of brief. An amicus brief is considered a brief from a 'friend of the court'. It is a special brief which can contain case law and any other relevant information which can aid the justices or judges of a court into making a decision that can create a probability of a big precedential outcome in the case law precedent.

Request to American Bar Association to file an amicus brief/curiae in Supreme Court case of Brian David Hill v. U.S. District Court

Another request for an amicus curiae brief was submitted for the case of 'Brian David Hill v. United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina'. This time it is to the American Bar Association [BAR] an organization who licenses attorneys and even disciplines attorneys who violate the BAR rules of ethical and professional conduct.

Request has been filed with the Innocence Network/Project asking for filing an Amicus brief in Supreme Court

Stanley has filed a request with the Innocence Network, asking them to consider filing a "friend of the court" amicus brief in the Supreme Court case of "Brian David Hill v. United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina". This could make it more likely that the justices within the Supreme Court of the United States [SCOTUS] would be more likely to grant Brian D. Hill's petition for review/certiorari.

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