NARSOL files amicus brief in Ninth Circuit case

By NARSOL Communications . . . Innocent until proven guilty is one of our most cherished constitutional protections. Laws in Arizona have demolished that protection for those accused of certain sexual crimes. A man with such a conviction, Stephen Edward May, brought a case against the state, and the conviction was overturned by a federal district court in Arizona. The state is appealing, and the case will be heard in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. NARSOL is supporting Mr. May with an amicus brief and has issued a press release to that effect.


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