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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Judicialn Candidates-Free Speech

Lawsuit says rules for judicial candidates violate free speech (56%)
03/04/2008 - MINNEAPOLIS—A Golden Valley attorney is challenging Minnesota's rules for judicial candidates—again. Greg Wersal has filed a federal similar results
Lawsuit says rules for judicial candidates violate free speech
The Associated Press


MINNEAPOLIS—A Golden Valley attorney is challenging Minnesota's rules for judicial candidates—again.

Greg Wersal has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that the rules violate his free speech rights. It's a general argument Wersal has won before.

The standards were revised two years ago, but Wersal is challenging them on a couple of fronts. He says it's unfair that candidates can't endorse other candidates for other offices. He also says it's unfair that judicial candidates can't solicit contributions except under certain conditions.

David Paull, the executive secretary for the Board on Judicial Standards, said he hadn't seen the lawsuit and couldn't immediately comment.posts 1 - 1 of 1

Sharon Scarrella Anderson
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Go Wersal In re: Scarrella for Associate Justice221NW2nd562 "Published" without royalitys to this Affiant, Non Lawyer contrary to Constitutional Guarantees, Election Process, http://sharon4judge.blogspot.com Sharon is Candidate http://sharon4staterep64a.blogspot.com from her Legal Residence
Apr 21st its 20 yrs that the corrupt courts have "taken" without Just compensation
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We NON LAWYERS are not 2nd Class Ciizens

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