Kerri L. Kaley v. United States Amicus Brief for Gun Owners Foundation, et al. in the United States Supreme Court

Michael Harless Constitutional Law, U. S. Supreme Court

Today our firm filed an amicus brief in the case of Kerri L. Kaley v. United States in the United States Supreme Court in support of petitioners. Our amicus brief argues that the court of appeal’s preclusion of a meaningful right to challenge asset seizures imbalances the federal criminal justice system, impairs a defendant’s right to counsel of choice, and violates due process of law. Further, a grand jury indictment is not an acceptable substitute for a postindictment, pretrial hearing, prior to seizure of a defendants’ assets

Our brief was filed on behalf of Gun Owners Foundation, U.S. Justice Foundation, Gun Owners of America, Inc., Downsize DC Foundation,, Institute on the Constitution, Lincoln Institute for Research and Education, Conservative Legal Defense and Education Fund, Abraham Lincoln Foundation, and Policy Analysis Center.

Link to brief