Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Bruce S. Marks, pro se.
Paul S. Rosen (argued) and Jeffrey M. Goldstein, Spector Gadon & Rosen, P.C., Philadelphia, PA, for plaintiffs-appellees Kathy Steck, Manuel Lorenzo, Lydia Colon, Lillian Cruz, Diana Irizarry, Ruth Martinez, Zoraida Rodriguez, Yesenia Vasquez and Republican State Committee.
Arthur Makadon (argued), Charisse R. Lillie, Darryl J. May, Daniel Schoor-Rube, Robert R. Baron, Jr., Stephen J. Kastenberg, Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll; and Ralph J. Teti and Catherine L. Merino, Willig, Williams & Davidson, Philadelphia, PA, for appellant William Stinson.
Joseph A. Dworetzky, Acting City Sol., James B. Jordan (argued), Chair, Litigation Group and Marie C. Lasota, Asst. City Sol., City of Philadelphia Law Dept., Philadelphia, PA, for appellants Philadelphia County Bd. of Elections, Margaret Tartaglione, John F. Kane and Alexander Talmadge, Jr.
Richard A. Sprague (argued), Geoffrey R. Johnson and Denise Pallante, Sprague & Sprague, Philadelphia, PA, for intervenor-appellants.
Robert L. Byer, John P. Krill, Jr., Wendy E.D. Smith and Linda J. Shorey, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, Harrisburg, PA, for amici curiae Republican Members of the Pennsylvania Senate.
Thomas A. Allen and Laura W. Brewer, White and Williams, Philadelphia, PA, for amicus curiae the Committee of Seventy (Frederick L. Voigt, Donald Beckman and Marsha I. Cohen, of counsel).
Edwin A. Abrahamsen, Lawrence J. Moran, William P. Conaboy, Abrahamsen Moran & Conaboy, P.C., Scranton, PA, and Mark A. Packman, Linda D. Feldmann and Teresa L. HarveyParedes, Dickstein, Shapiro & Morin, Washington, DC, for amici curiae Democratic Members of the Senate of Pennsylvania.
Before: STAPLETON, GREENBERG and COWEN, Circuit Judges.
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.
OPINION OF THE COURT
STAPLETON, Circuit Judge:
After an evidentiary hearing on the plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction, the district court in this case found that certain officials responsible for conducting an election in the second senatorial district of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania had conspired with one of the two candidates to cause numerous illegally obtained absentee ballots to be cast. Based on that finding, the district court issued...
NEVER MISS A DECISION. START YOUR SUBSCRIPTION.
Uncompromising quality. Enduring impact.
Your support ensures a bright future for independent legal reporting.
As you are aware we have offered this as a free subscription over the past years and we have now made it a paid service.Look forward to your continued patronage.