WAYNE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT The Great Lakes Justice Center has the privilege of representing voters to sue Wayne County for election fraud.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT UPDATE: Within 24 hours after the GLJC filed suit against Governor Whitmer, she amended her executive order which now permits all churches to reopen.
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT This brief provides a timely Constitutional and legal analysis concerning the interpretation of the Constitution’s Establishment Clause-- a critical passage governing the relationship between State and Church.
FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT, WESTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN The Great Lakes Justice Center has the privilege of representing parents and students from Williamston to protect their rights against the Williamston School District's unconstitutional policies.
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. The case involves the Supreme Court’s review of a lower court ruling about the President’s Executive Order (EO) banning travel from countries posing a national security risk. The lower court, ignoring the plain meaning of the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, said the EO violated the Clause because it was not motivated by a secular purpose (as evidenced by rhetoric uttered during the presidential campaign).
FEDERAL COURT OF APPEALS, SIXTH CIRCUIT. This case involves eleven-year-old Jane Doe, who is biologically a boy but, while a mere kindergartener, was labeled a transgendered girl. Jane Doe seeks to use the girl’s bathroom and changing room, and not the private unisex bathroom offered by the elementary school, or else Jane Doe threatens to imminently commit suicide.
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. This case presents two questions concerning a letter issued by the Department of Education regarding transgender bathrooms and the agency’s opinion and interpretation of Title IX, (prohibiting discrimination based on sex), and of 34 C.F.R. § 106.33, (allowing schools to designate “separate toilet, locker rooms, and shower facilities” based on the sex of the students, faculty, and parents).
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. This case is about the protection of a State’s right to define marriage as a union between a man and woman. The Sixth Circuit analyzed the constitutionality of marriage amendments passed by the vast majority of voters in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee, and decided not to overrule a decision reflecting the beliefs of approximately twenty-two million Americans in those states.