Nordyke ready to go
Oral argument en banc, in Nordyke v. King is set for 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 24, 2009, in Courtroom One at the James R. Browning Courthouse, located at 95 Seventh Street in San Francisco.
UPDATE: I think it's 9th Circuit custom to reveal names of a panel, but only very close to argument -- 1-2-3 days, that manner of thing. Here it could make a big difference. In most circuits, en banc hearing means every active (non-senior status) judge in the circuit. Due to the size of the 9th, its form of en banc consists of the Chief Judge (who is quite pro right to arms) and ten out of 20+ judges, chosen at random. The Circuit also is sharply divided, with staunch defenders of and detractors of the right to arms.
Do we know who the ten judges (plus Kozinski) making up the panel are?
I realize the odds aren't very good in this circuit for a group sympathetic to our side.
Posted by: CDR D at August 22, 2009 05:38 PM
Waiting for results of 2010 Election. In meantime, all patriots need to read, "Unintended Consequences" by John Ross. It's a big read but worth it. Then reflect on your position, status and access as to how you may contribute to returning our Constitutional Democratic Republic to it's founding principles and rid D.C. of the inbedded progressive Facists criminals now occupying it.
The judicial system also needs serious purging.
There's no place for CZARS in America, they need to be removed from the gene pool.
The hogs are hungry!
Posted by: Spook at August 23, 2009 10:14 AM
SPOOK ... off-topic much?
CDR, I doubt panel identity will be public before the orals.
Posted by: Carl in Chicago at August 24, 2009 04:22 PM
As we did before, Californians interested in this hearing are invited to attend. We request that you wear a jacket and tie (last time the only person wearing a t-shirt was from the Brady Campaign).
Further events are in the planning stages (like Dinner) and will be announced on Calguns.net.
Please join us.
Posted by: jdberger at August 25, 2009 10:35 AM
Ha. The "Browning" courthouse. I know its not the same guy, but it still got a snort out of me.
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Posted by: Ride Fast at August 27, 2009 08:07 AM
Too bad it wasn't the John M. Browning courthouse built in 1911.
Posted by: J Richardson at August 27, 2009 08:09 AM