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Plump v. Riley filed

James Blacksher and I have filed on behalf of a Jefferson County voter, Mr. Fred Plump, a suit against Gov. Bob Riley. Despite the earlier ruling in Kennedy v. Riley, the Governor still persists in believing that he has the authority to appoint a county commissioner to fill a vacancy, even when there is a local law to the contrary. Here are the pleadings so far:

Complaint [pdf]
Exhibit A [pdf]
Exhibit B [pdf]
Exhibit C [pdf]
Exhibit D [pdf]

This entry was posted by Edward at 10:50 AM, 21 November 2007 | Categories: Documents from cases , Voting Rights Act


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