Young Petition for Writ of Certiorari US Supreme Court

Boulder Young Petitions US Supreme Court to Overturn Criminal Federal Case Petitioner Boulder Young, also known as Boulder Daniel McManigal [“Petitioner”], was indicted on May 24, 2017 for four counts relating to the distribution of methamphetamine. The indictment claimed that on three separate occasions, Petitioner sold methamphetamine to ATF agents or informants. The prosecution additionally […]


Eric Longmire Petitions United State Supreme Court in Case With Warshaw Berstein Whether the State Appellate Division wrongfully denied Petitioner’s Motion for Leave to Appeal when sua sponte and without notice to Petitioner, and without providing him an opportunity to respond, it determined that Petitioner failed to establish a prima facie case of employment discrimination […]

Kyle Hurst v. United States Forest Service – Petition for Writ of Certiorari

Kyle Hurst Challenges Rainbow Family Immunity Ruling The question presented in the petition is: Whether the Eleventh Circuit wrongfully absolved Respondent of liability when it determined that Moore Lake was not an “area” where a fee was charged, or a part of an area used for commercial purposes.  Read the Petition here: Hurst Petition The […]

Brownstone Law Files Petition to United States Supreme Court

Jackson v. United States Petition for Writ of Certiorari The Sixth Circuit’s decision in Ruelas v. Wolfenbarger, 580 F.3d 403 (6th Cir. 2009) acknowledged that this court’s seminal decision in Fry v. Pliler, 551 U.S. 112 (2007) did not overule Mitchell v. Esparza, 540 U.S. 12 (2003) (per curiam). In Ruelas, the Sixth Circuit held that a […]

First Amendment Substantial Truth Defense

Supreme Court Writ on First Amendment The August 14, 2019 Order of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit denying Schiano’s Petition for enc banc review, which decision is herein sought to be reviewed was not published.  The June 7, 2019, Opinion of the Panel of the United States Court of Appeals […]

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