Parker v. DC supplemental designation
The Parker plaintiffs have filed a supplement designation of authority (pdf) (a brief notice of a legal development that occcured past the deadline for briefs). It directs the court's attention to a recent Supreme Court ruling indicating that a person who refrains from acting because of a criminal forbidding it may indeed have standing to sue. That would seem pretty logical, but courts have often indicated that such people do not have standing.
Do you mean "criminal law forbidding it"?
Posted by: Kevin P. at February 12, 2007 06:57 AM