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Case Name Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama v. Governor of Alabama IM-AL-0006
Docket / Court 5:11-cv-02484-SLB ( N.D. Ala. )
State/Territory Alabama
Case Type(s) Immigration
Attorney Organization ACLU National (all projects)
MALDEF
Relman, Dane & Colfax
Southern Poverty Law Center
Case Summary
On July 8, 2011, a group of non-profit organizations and individual plaintiffs filed a class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, under 42 U.S.C. §1983, against the governor of Alabama and several other state and county officials. The plaintiffs, ... read more >
On July 8, 2011, a group of non-profit organizations and individual plaintiffs filed a class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, under 42 U.S.C. §1983, against the governor of Alabama and several other state and county officials. The plaintiffs, represented by public interest attorneys from the ACLU, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the National Immigration Law Center among other organizations, sought declaratory and injunctive relief, claiming that the recently enacted H.B. 56 was preempted by federal law and therefore violated the U.S. Constitution. Specifically, the plaintiffs claimed that their organizations were affected by the legislation because their potential clients or members would be discouraged from seeking assistance or organizing for their rights by fears of being detained or questioned under the new law. The individual plaintiffs claimed that the new law would cause direct harm to them in a number of ways. A few weeks later, the plaintiffs filed a Motion for Preliminary Injunction, requesting that the court prevent enforcement of H.B. 56 pending full resolution of the challenge.

On August 2, 2011, on the request of the U.S., the court consolidated this case with two others challenging H.B. 56, for purposes of the preliminary injunction adjudication. [See IM-AL-0005 and IM-AL-0007.] A month later, however, the court dissolved the consolidation order and ordered all pleadings to be filed in the separate cases, as appropriate.

The court granted amicus curiae status to many organizations, including many South and Central American countries, the NAACP, several fair housing organizations, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights, and the National Lawyers Guild. The court also requested supplemental briefs from both parties addressing the Equal Protection challenge to Section 28 of H.B. 56, which required school officials to document the immigration status of enrolling students, in preparation for an August 24, 2011 hearing on the preliminary injunction.

Following the hearing, the court ordered a temporary injunction, staying enforcement of the law until the court issued a detailed Memorandum Opinion on September 29, 2011. In the meantime, the plaintiffs filed an Amended Complaint on September 16, 2011. The memorandum opinion released on September 29, 2011 granted the preliminary injunction for several sections of H.B. 56, denied as moot a preliminary injunction for sections previously enjoined in the United States v. Alabama related case, but denied outright the injunction for other sections.

That day, the plaintiffs filed an interlocutory appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit. They also filed an Emergency Motion to Stay/Enjoin Portions of H.B. 56 Pending Appeal. The appellate court denied this motion on October 5, 2011. While the case was pending before the court of appeals, and while United States v. Arizona (dealing with a very similar statute, in Arizona) was pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, the parties moved jointly to stay the normal rules regarding class certification.

On May 16, 2012, the Alabama legislature passed several amendments to H.B. 56 that affected the provisions enjoined by the court. On May 23, the parties filed a joint stipulation that one portion of the new law was effectively the same as a provision enjoined by the court, and so all parties agreed to abide by the injunction with respect to the new provision as well. The next day, defendants moved to dissolve the injunction regarding another section of the law based on changed circumstances. The defendants argued that the basis for the court's injunction had been altered by the legislature so the injunction was no longer necessary.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit issued its opinion, by Judge Charles Wilson, on August 20, 2012. (The same panel issued an opinion in the case about an equivalent statute, in Georgia, the same day.) The Court affirmed the district court with respect to the challenges to sections 12, 18, and 30. It held that at least one organization has standing to challenge section 28 and that the HICA the plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the claim that section 28 violates the Equal Protection Clause. Therefore, the Court reversed the district court's decision regarding section 28 and remanded for the entry of a preliminary injunction.

Because the Alabama legislature had eliminated the challenged language from section 8, the Court vacated as moot the district court's injunction of that provision and remand for the dismissal of the challenge to that section. In light of the decision regarding the substantive provisions of sections 10, 11, and 13, the Court vacated as moot the district court's injunction of the last sentence of sections 10(e), 11(e), and 13(h). Finally, the Court found sections 10 and 27 preempted in the companion case brought by the United States, and dismissed as moot the HICA Plaintiffs' appeal as to those sections.

On April 29, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review the 11th Circuit ruling in the U.S. v. Alabama case, which had effectively barred Alabama from enforcing its law. 133 S. Ct. 2022 (2013); see IM-AL-0005.

On remand, on October 29, 2013, the parties submitted a proposed settlement agreement. The parties agreed that several provisions of the challenged law should be permanently enjoined including sections 28, 10, 13, 27, and 11(f), (g), and (a). Therefore, the state agreed to not enforce provisions that require schools to verify the immigration status of newly enrolled students, criminalize the solicitation of work of unauthorized workers, and criminalize failing to register one's immigration status.

The plaintiffs also agreed to dismiss the rest of their claims, but specified that a number of those agreements to dismiss (sections 12, 18, 19, and 20) depended on the defendants' representation that they would interpret the provisions to be consistent with U.S. v. Arizona and "neither require nor authorize state or local law-enforcement officers to stop, detain, arrest, or prolong the detention of any person for the purpose of ascertaining that person's immigration status or because of a belief that the person lacks lawful immigration status." In addition, the plaintiffs agreed to dismiss the rest of their claims and defendants agreed to pay $350,000 for attorney's fees and expenses.

On the same day, the parties in the related case, Alabama v. United States (IM-AL-0005), submitted a similar agreement and proposed order. The agreement permanently enjoined defendants from implementing the same provisions that would be enjoined in this case (sections 10, 11(a), 13, and 27). It also enjoined section 28 and 11(f) and (g). Pending the approval of the injunction of Section 28, the plaintiffs in Alabama v. United States agreed to dismiss that claim.

On November 25, 2013, the Court (Judge Sharon L. Blackburn) approved the settlement agreement, and ordered that the case be closed.

Elizabeth Daligga - 06/21/2012
Jennifer Bronson - 11/02/2013
Joshua Arocho - 12/01/2014


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Constitutional Clause
Due Process
Equal Protection
Freedom of speech/association
Right to travel
Supremacy Clause
Unreasonable search and seizure
Content of Injunction
Discrimination Prohibition
Preliminary relief denied
Preliminary relief granted
Discrimination-basis
Immigration status
Language discrimination
National origin discrimination
Race discrimination
General
Access to public accommodations - governmental
Classification / placement
Disparate Impact
Disparate Treatment
Education
Housing
Incident/accident reporting & investigations
Juveniles
Language/ethnic/minority needs
Public benefits (includes, e.g., in-state tuition, govt. jobs)
Racial profiling
Record-keeping
Records Disclosure
School/University policies
Transportation
Immigration
Constitutional rights
Criminal prosecution
Deportation - procedure
Detention - criteria
Detention - procedures
Employer sanctions
Employment
Family
Legalization/Amnesty
Status/Classification
Temporary protected status
U.S. citizenship - acquiring
Undocumented immigrants - rights and duties
Undocumented immigrants - state and local regulation
Work authorization - procedures
Language
Spanish
Medical/Mental Health
Medical care, general
National Origin/Ethnicity
Hispanic
Plaintiff Type
Private Plaintiff
Type of Facility
Government-run
Causes of Action 42 U.S.C. § 1983
42 U.S.C. § 1981
Defendant(s) Alabama
Chancellor of Postsecondary Education
District Attorney for Madison County
State Superintendent of Education
Superintendent of Huntsville City School System
Superintendent of Shelby County Public School System
Superintendent of the DeKalb County Public School System
Superintendent of the Elmore County Public School System
Superintendent of the Montgomery County Public School System
Plaintiff Description Several non-profit organizations dedicated to immigration rights advocacy and individuals, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, who would be directly affected by implementation of Alabama's comprehensive immigration act.
Indexed Lawyer Organizations ACLU National (all projects)
MALDEF
Relman, Dane & Colfax
Southern Poverty Law Center
Class action status sought Yes
Class action status granted Moot
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Attorneys fees
Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement
Source of Relief Settlement
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Voluntary Dismissal
Order Duration not on record
Case Closing Year 2013
Case Ongoing No
Case Listing IM-AL-0005 : United States v. Alabama (N.D. Ala.)
IM-AL-0007 : Parsley v. Bentley (N.D. Ala.)
Additional Resources
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Case Studies From Arizona's S.B. 1070 to Georgia's H.B. 87 and Alabama's H.B. 56: Exacerbating the Other and Generative New Discourses and Practices of Segregation
By: Dr. William Arrocha (California Western School of Law)
Citation: 48 Cal. W. L. Rev. 245
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  Insurer Must Pay $100.5 Million in Redlining Case
The New York Times
Written: Oct. 27, 1998
By: Joseph B. Treaster
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  Nationwide Settles Virginia Redlining Suit
Property Casualty 360
Written: May. 06, 2000
By: Amanda Levin
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  The Prospects and Challenges of Educational Reform for Latino Undocumented Children: An Essay Examining Alabama's H.B. 56 and Other State Immigration Measures
By: María Pabón López, Diomedes J. Tsitouras & Pierce C. Azuma (Florida International University)
Citation: 6 FIU L. Rev. 231
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  Threats to the Future of the Immigration Class Action
Washington University Journal of Law and Policy
By: Jill E. Family (Widener University School of Law)
Citation: 27 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 71 (2008)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

Links A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the New Alabama Immigration Law
Posted: Jan. 31, 2012
By: Samuel Addy, Ph.D.
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  Ala. Immigration Law Puts Squeeze on Schools
Education Week
Posted: Oct. 07, 2011
By: Jaclyn Zubrzycki
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  Alabama Schools Worry About Effects of Immigration Law
NEA Today
Posted: Aug. 31, 2011
By: Rebecca Bright
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  Statement from Interim State Superintendent Larry Craven regarding Alabama Immigration Law – Act 2011-535, Section 28
Posted: Oct. 04, 2011
By: Larry Craven
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Students' Immigration Status To Be Coded With "0" or "1" in Ala.
Education Week Blogs
Posted: Aug. 03, 2011
By: Alexandra Rice
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Docket(s)
11-14535 (U.S. Court of Appeals) 12/17/2012
IM-AL-0006-9001 PDF | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
5:11-cv-2484 (N.D. Ala.) 11/25/2013
IM-AL-0006-9000 PDF | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Bryan Lyman, Immigration law makes school officials uneasy, The Montgomery Advertiser, June 8, 2011 06/08/2011
IM-AL-0006-0034 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Jane Doe #5 06/24/2011
IM-AL-0006-0031 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Mohammad Abdollahi Ali-Beik on behalf of DreamActivist.org 07/05/2011
IM-AL-0006-0024 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Jane Doe #3 07/07/2011
IM-AL-0006-0029 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Jane Doe #6 07/07/2011
IM-AL-0006-0032 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief 07/08/2011
IM-AL-0006-0001 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Christopher Barton Thau 07/11/2011
IM-AL-0006-0027 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Jane Doe #4 07/11/2011
IM-AL-0006-0030 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of John Doe #2 07/12/2011
IM-AL-0006-0033 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Matt Webster 07/13/2011
IM-AL-0006-0026 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Scott Douglas on behalf of Greater Birmingham Ministries 07/15/2011
IM-AL-0006-0025 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Jane Doe #2 07/15/2011
IM-AL-0006-0028 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Motion for More Definite Statement and to Strike 07/20/2011
IM-AL-0006-0002 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiff's Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Memorandum in Support 07/21/2011
IM-AL-0006-0003 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Dr. Rosa Castro Feinberg 07/27/2011
IM-AL-0006-0036 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Declaration of Miguel Perez Vargas 08/01/2011
IM-AL-0006-0035 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Memorandum [Alabama School Attendance Manual Revisions] 08/01/2011
IM-AL-0006-0037 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
State Defendants' Motion to Certify Question to the Supreme Court of Alabama 08/09/2011
IM-AL-0006-0004 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiffs' Amended Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Memorandum in Support 08/10/2011
IM-AL-0006-0005 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
State Defendants' Response to Church Leaders' Amended Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Memorandum in Support (Doc. 99) 08/15/2011
IM-AL-0006-0008 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
State Defendants' Supplemental Brief Addressing Equal Protection Challenge 08/20/2011
IM-AL-0006-0006 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
State Defendants' Supplemental Briefing Addressing Equal Protection Challenge 08/20/2011
IM-AL-0006-0038 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiffs Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama et al.'s Supplemental Section 28 Briefing Regarding: 1) Classifications; 2) Level of Scrutiny; and 3) Whether the State has Satisfied its Burden 08/21/2011
IM-AL-0006-0007 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiff's Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama et al.s' Supplemental Section 28 Briefing 08/21/2011
IM-AL-0006-0039 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 09/06/2011 (N.D. Ala.)
IM-AL-0006-0009 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
First Amended Complaint 09/16/2011
IM-AL-0006-0010 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 09/28/2011 (2011 WL 5516953 / 2011 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 137846) (N.D. Ala.)
IM-AL-0006-0011 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Emergency Motion to Enjoin Portions of HB 56 Pending Appeal and Memorandum in Support 09/29/2011
IM-AL-0006-0012 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order 10/05/2011 (2011 WL 4582818) (N.D. Ala.)
IM-AL-0006-0013 PDF | WESTLAW | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order by the Court [Granting in Part and Denying in Part Motions for Injunction Pending Appeal] 10/14/2011 (443 Fed.Appx. 411)
IM-AL-0006-0018 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Appellants' Opening Brief 11/14/2011
IM-AL-0006-0019 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Response Brief for Appellees and Principal Brief for Cross-Appellants Governor Bentley, Attorney General Strange, Superintendent Craven, Chancellor Hill, and District Attorney Broussard 12/27/2011
IM-AL-0006-0020 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order [Enjoining Alabama from Enforcing Section 27 and Section 30 of H.B. 56] 03/08/2012
IM-AL-0006-0021 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Joint Stipulation as to Applicability of Preliminary Injunction to Section 6 of HB 658 05/23/2012
IM-AL-0006-0014 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
State Defendants' Motion for Dissolution of the Preliminary Injunction Against Section 8 of Act No. 2011-535 Based on Changed Circumstances, or in the Alternative, Motion to Stay the Injunction 05/24/2012
IM-AL-0006-0015 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiffs-Appellants/Cross-Appellees' Supplemental Brief 07/06/2012
IM-AL-0006-0022 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Supplemental Brief for Appellees/Cross Appellants on Arizona v. United States and HB658 07/06/2012
IM-AL-0006-0023 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Opinion 08/20/2012 (691 F.3d 1236)
IM-AL-0006-0016 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | External Link | Detail
Document Source:
Joint Report Regarding Case Status and Disposition 10/29/2013
IM-AL-0006-0017 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Judges Barkett, Rosemary (Eleventh Circuit)
IM-AL-0006-0018
Blackburn, Sharon Lovelace (N.D. Ala.)
IM-AL-0006-0009 | IM-AL-0006-0011 | IM-AL-0006-0013 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Carnes, Edward Earl (Eleventh Circuit)
IM-AL-0006-0018
Hull, Frank M. (N.D. Ga., Eleventh Circuit)
IM-AL-0006-0018
Martin, Beverly Baldwin (N.D. Ga., Eleventh Circuit)
IM-AL-0006-0016 | IM-AL-0006-0021
Voorhees, Richard Lesley (W.D.N.C.)
IM-AL-0006-0016 | IM-AL-0006-0021
Wilson, Charles R. (Eleventh Circuit, M.D. Fla.) [Magistrate]
IM-AL-0006-0016 | IM-AL-0006-0021
Monitors/Masters None on record
Plaintiff's Lawyers Artrip, Eric J (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Arya, Reena (California)
IM-AL-0006-0022
Bansal, Jessica Karp (California)
IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Bauer, Mary C. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Brasher, Andrew L. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-9001
Broder, Tanya (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Brooke, Samuel (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0003 | IM-AL-0006-0007 | IM-AL-0006-0010 | IM-AL-0006-0012 | IM-AL-0006-0014 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Bruner, Ben E. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Cheer, Shiu-Ming (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Cox, Justin Bryan (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-9000
Desormeau, Katherine (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Dowd, August S. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0005
Gelernt, Lee (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Gomez, Martha L. (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Graunke, Kristi L. (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Jadwat, Omar C. (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Joaquin, Linton (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Kao, Winifred (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Karp, Jessica Devlin (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-9000
Keaney, Melissa S. (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Lapointe, Michelle R. (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Ling, Sin Yen (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Maer, Foster (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
McElheny, Terry (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0005
McKinney, Rebekah Keith (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Mittal, Vivek (California)
IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Mukherjee, Elora (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Neal, Allison E. (Texas)
IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Newman, Chris (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Oshiro, Erin Emi (District of Columbia)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Pedersen, Amy (District of Columbia)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Perales, Nina (Texas)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Reddit, F. Grey Jr. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0005
Rubio, Sigfredo (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Schwarz, Ghita (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Segura, Andre Ivan (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Sen, Diana S. (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Spears, George Brian (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Sugarman, Kenneth John (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Tan, Michael (New York)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Tsu, Naomi Ruth (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Tumlin, Karen C. (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Turner, Andrew Hess (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Viramontes, Victor (California)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Wang, Cecillia D (California)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Watson, Herman Jr. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0001 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0019 | IM-AL-0006-0022 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Werner, Daniel (Georgia)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0039 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Witaker, John F. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0005
Defendant's Lawyers Brooks, J. R. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Brooks, Taylor P. (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Davis, James William (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0038 | IM-AL-0006-9000 | IM-AL-0006-9001
Escalona, Prim Formby (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0020 | IM-AL-0006-0038 | IM-AL-0006-9000
Fairbanks, Misty S (Alabama)
IM-AL-0006-0002 | IM-AL-0006-0004 | IM-AL-0006-0008 | IM-AL-0006-0017 | IM-AL-0006-0038 | IM-AL-0006-9000
Fleming, Margaret L. (Alabama)
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Orrick, William Horsley III (California)
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Payne, Joshua Kerry (Alabama)
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Strange, Luther J (Alabama)
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Sweeney, Donald B. Jr. (Alabama)
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Baskin, Stuart J. (New York)
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Bui, Thy B. (California)
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Crook, Jamie Lorraine (California)
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Dane, Stephen M. (District of Columbia)
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de Leeuw, Michael Birney (New York)
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Gardner, Jesse Cecil (Alabama)
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Gespass, David (Alabama)
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Gillespie, Katherine Anne (District of Columbia)
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Joseph, Lawrence J (District of Columbia)
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Park, John J. Jr. (Alabama)
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Roberti, John (District of Columbia)
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Schoen, David I. (Alabama)
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Schwartz, Dale M. (Georgia)
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Simpson, Michael D. (District of Columbia)
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Spina, Thomas J. (Alabama)
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Still, Edward (Alabama)
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Tedrow, Klari B. (Alabama)
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