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Arcia v. Detzner

Case Information

Date Filed: June 19, 2012
State: Florida
Issues: Voter Fraud, Voter Eligibility, State Voter Registration Databases
Courts that Heard this Case: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida (Case 1:12-cv-22282); U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals (Case 12-15738)

Issue:

Whether Florida's "voter purge" violates section 2 of the Voting Rights Act by having a disproportionate effect on African-American and Hispanic citizens.

Status:

Complaint filed 6/19/12. Answer filed 7/12/12. Amended Complaint filed 9/12/12. Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Summary Judgment filed 9/19/12. Defendant's Answer to Amended Complaint filed 10/2/12. Order Denying Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Summary Judgment filed 10/4/12. Final Judgment Entered 10/29/12. Notice of Appeal filed 11/1/12. Appellant's brief filed 12/17/12. Letter from Court to Parties requesting responses on jurisdictional question filed 12/31/12. Appellees' Response Brief filed 1/22/13. Oral Argument held 10/10/13. Opinion, reversed and remanded on 4/1/14. Opinion vacated and new opinion issued 11/17/14. Plaintiffs Motion fro Attorney Fees filed 12/08/14. Appellee's Response to Motion for Attorney's fees filed 1/20/15. Order vacating previous Judgment filed 2/15/15. Final Judgment filed 2/15/15.

 

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Ohio voters may change way Congress lines are drawn

Professor Edward Foley was quoted in the Dayton Daily News about the potential outcomes of several cases before the U.S. Supreme Court that will address partisan gerrymandering.

“One direction is the court basically abandoning any role to try to police excessive partisanship in these maps,” Foley said. “The other fork in the road would take the federal judiciary down the path of being something of a police officer on this issue.”
 

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