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Ten Commandments Case

Defending the Monument

The Monument

The Ten Commandments Case

Brief

Petition to the United States Supreme Court
arguing that the Ten Commandments monument does not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. (September 26, 2003)

 

Opinions

Opinion by Judge Myron Thompson, holding the Ten Commandments Monument unconstitutional.* (November 18, 2002)

Opinion by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming Judge Thompson.* (July 1, 2003)

Judge Myron Thompson's order demanding removal of the monument.* (August 5, 2003)

Order by the Associate Justices of the Alabama Supreme Court to remove the Ten Commandments Monument.* (August 21, 2003)

Articles


A CALL TO STAND WITH CHIEF JUSTICE MOORE
Colonel John Eidsmoe - Friday, September 19, 2003
Click here to read full story.

FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW OFFERS ALABAMA SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE ROY MOORE'S TEN COMMANDMENTS MONUMENT TO THE U.S. CONGRESS
Click here to read the full story.

IN DEFENSE OF CHIEF JUSTICE ROY S. MOORE
by Jeffrey C. Tuomala
This article originally appeared on the October, 2003, monthly web-newsletter of The Chalcedon Foundation, www.chalcedon.edu
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Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Us
by Benjamin D. DuPré
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The Removal of Chief Justice Moore


Briefs

Brief by Chief Justice Moore on appeal to the special Alabama Supreme Court arguing that he was improperly removed from office for refusing to follow an erroneous federal court order. (January 8, 2004).

Petition by Chief Justice Moore to the United States Supreme Court arguing that his removal from office violated his First Amendment right to freely exercise his religion under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. (July 29, 2004).

Opinions

In the Matter of Roy S. Moore, Chief Justice of Alabama (Nov. 13, 2003)—Decision by the Court of the Judiciary ordering that Chief Justice Moore be removed from office.

Roy S. Moore v. Judicial Inquiry Commission (April 30, 2004)—Decision by the special Alabama Supreme Court affirming the decision of Court of the Court of the Judiciary.

 

Downloads

Audio

Attorney Gen. Pryor Cross Examination of Chief Justice Moore MP3

Court of the Judiciary Verdict MP3

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Attorney Gen. Pryor Cross Examination of Chief Justice Moore .WMV (High Resolution)

Attorney Gen. Pryor Cross Examination of Chief Justice Moore .WMV (Low Resolution)

Court of the Judiciary Verdict WMV (High Resolution)

Court of the Judiciary Verdict WMV (Low Resolution)

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Attorney Gen. Pryor Cross-Examination of Chief Justice Moore

 

 

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