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Washington v. Trump — more briefing sought by 9th Circuit

February 13, 2017

We are doing our best here to support the 100% legal immigration ban. We continue to make headlines with a few reports following the recent developments. Briefing Order Rehearing En Banc Feb 10 2017

Joe Miller Talks Immigration ban on KQED

February 13, 2017

Joe Miller was just on the radio with KQED San Francisco talking about the immigration ban.  You can listen to the interview on Youtube.

Amicus Brief filed for the states of Washington & Minnesota v. Trump

February 11, 2017

USJF filed in the Ninth Circuit one of only three amicus briefs supporting President Trump’s Executive Order on immigrants and refugees —  in the case of Washington & Minnesota v. Trump.” Washington v. Trump Amicus Brief Download    

USJF In The News

February 10, 2017
USJF In The News

We made the news and thought we would share it with our supporters. Thanks to your contributions we will continue to fight to keep things moving forward. USJF In the News USJF referenced Article

AFPF v. Becerra brief filed

January 30, 2017

Here is a copy of the amicus brief as filed for v. Becerra. Americans for Prosperity Foundation Download

Citizens United v. Schneiderman Brief Filed

January 17, 2017

Here is a copy of the amicus brief as filed for Citizens United v. Schneiderman. Citizens United Brief Download

Independence Institute v. FEC Brief Filed

January 14, 2017

Here is a copy of the amicus brief as filed for Independence Institute v. Federal Election Commission. Independence Institute Brief Download

Gloucester County Amicus brief filed

January 14, 2017

Here is a copy of the amicus brief as filed for Gloucester County School Board v. G.G Gloucester Amicus Brief Download

Moore v AL JIC Amicus Brief

December 13, 2016

Attached is our amicus brief in the Moore case, as filed on 12/7/16 in the Alabama Supreme Court. Moore v AL JIC Amicus Brief Final

USJF ABA Article 3

October 8, 2016

The American Bar Association describes itself as “the national representative of the legal profession.” Much as the ABA may wish that were so, it is most certainly not the case. Although laymen no doubt believe that the ABA represents the views of most lawyers, in reality over the years it has devolved to nothing more […]

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