Lawsuit on Michigan Straight-Ticket Device May be Decided by Jury

The case pending in U.S. District Court over whether the Michigan legislature violated the U.S. Constitution when it repealed the straight-ticket device is likely to be decided by a federal jury. The trial is set to begin February 6, 2018, at 9 a.m. Discovery must be completed by September 29, 2017. The case is Michigan State A. Philip Randolph Institute v Johnson, e.d., 2:16cv-11844.


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Lawsuit on Michigan Straight-Ticket Device May be Decided by Jury — 1 Comment

  1. More insanity —

    No jury can determine if some act or omission is unconstitutional.

    Any jury can only determine stuff like damages

    — after an instruction about the law involved from the judge

    — who may/must declare that the act or omission involved is unconstitutional.

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