GLASSROTH v. MOORE, 02-16708, 02-16949
A Ten Commandments monument installed in the Alabama State Judicial Building by the Chief Judge of the Alabama Supreme Court violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, and the monument must be removed.
- Decided 07/01/2003
- Published 07/01/2003
- CARNES, Circuit Judge:, Before EDMONDSON, Chief Judge, CARNES, Circuit Judge, and STORY, District Judge.
- United States Eleventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Herbert W. Titus, Chesapeake, VA, Phillip L. Jauregui, Jr., Gray & Jauregui, LLP, Birmingham, AL, for Moore., Peter A. Gentala, Scottsdale, AZ, Troy R. King, Montgomery, AL, Edward Lawrence White, III, Thomas Moore Law Center, Ann Arbor, MI, Robert K. Skolrood, Scoggin & Skolrood Law Firm, Roanoke, VA, K. Hollyn Hollman, Benjamin F. Holt, Robert Benjamin Wolinsky, Washington, DC, Steven K. Green, American United, Salem, OR, James Michael Johnson, Shreveport, LA, for Amicus Curiae.
- For Appellees:
- Marc D. Stern, New York City, Ayesha N. Khan, American United, Washington, DC, William Z. Messer, Robert J. Varley, Varley & Messer, L.L.P., Morris S. Deed, Rhonda Brownstein, Danielle Jeannine Lipow, J. Richard Cohen, Southern Poverty Law Ctr., Robert Marc Weinberg, Thomas, Means & Gillis, P.C., Montgomery, AL, for Plaintiffs-Appellees.