This article in LIFESITE quotes from the CLDEF brief filed in the U.S. Supreme Court in Welch v. Brown.
Cliff Kincaid discusses CLDEF’s brief in the Obergefell case in this article for Accuracy in Media.
This article in the Seattle Times explains that the CLDEF brief was the only one filed supporting President Trump’s travel ban in the 9th Circuit.
The Graham case involves law enforcement’s access of Cell Phone Location Information obtained from a phone company, based on a subpoena — not a warrant — issued by an Article I magistrate — not an Article III judge. We urged the court to re-examine its third-party doctrine which limits the protection of an individual’s records in the hands of a third party, in view of the Supreme Court’s recent Jones and Jardines cases.
Today an amicus brief was filed, on our behalf, in the Tenth Circuit in support of the right of Kansas to require that persons registering to vote under the National Voter Registration Act of 1994 submit documentary proof of citizenship. The brief supported the position taken by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.