Quo Warranto - to Stop the Alabama Legislature From Removing Citizens from the Revision of OUR State Constitution
Twelve Alabama residents from across the state, residing in eleven counties, on 2Jul2014 filed a Writ of Quo Warranto (a large file - be patient, it'll be worth the time) in the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama, Montgomery County, challenging Senator Del Marsh, Alabama Senate Pro Temp for his authority in establishing the means and method to revise our state constitution contrary to the two constitutional methods of infrequent and localized amendments and a convention.
- The Alabama Constitution Revision Commission
- Sandra Bell v Luther Strange
- Senator Bryan Taylor, Chairperson Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics and Elections Committee request for Supreme Court advisory opinion, page 1 and page 2.
- Chief Justice Roy Moore's advisory opinion
- Justice Tom Parker's advisory opinion - noticed this is inverted. Rotate the image on your end or give me the opportunity over the next day or two.
- The advisory opinion by remaining and silent Justices
- Save The Alabama Constitution
- Senator Del Marsh served on 8Jul2014 for Circuit Court of Montgomery County before Judge William A. Shashy, case 03-CV-2014-000430.00 Donald Curtis Casey, Et.Al., vs Senator Del Marsh
- The Tuskegee News quo warranto press release on 10Jul2014
- Assistant AG Jeffery H. Long's Memorandum to Motion to Dismiss
- Assistant AG Jeffery H. Long's Motion to Dismiss
- Relators Memorandum in Support of Motion to Strike
- Relators Memorandum in Support of Petition for Summary Judgement
- Circuit Court of Montgomery County Order for Hearing on October 15, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. before Judge William A. Shashy
- Summary to 29Sep2014 written by Don Casey
- Court transcripts for 14Aug2014 hearing and 15Oct2014 trial