DOE v. ROWE

No. 00-CV-206-B-S.

156 F.Supp.2d 35 (2001)

Jane DOE, Jill Doe and June Doe, by and through their guardian, Maine Department of Human Services, and the Disability Rights Center of Maine, Inc., Plaintiffs v. G. Steven ROWE, Attorney General for the State of Maine, et al., Defendants

United States District Court, D. Maine.

August 9, 2001.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kristin L. Aiello, Disability Rights Center, Augusta, ME, for Jane Doe, Jill Doe, June Doe, plaintiffs.

William R. Stokes, Paul Stern, Susan P. Herman, Assistant Attorney General, Augusta, ME, for Attorney General, Secretary of State, defendants.


ORDER ON CROSS MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT

SINGAL, District Judge.

Before the Court are both State Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (Docket # 41) and Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment (Docket # 44). Through these cross motions, the parties ask the Court to resolve the following significant question: By prohibiting voting by persons under guardianship for mental illness, does the Maine Constitution violate the Fourteenth Amendment and the Americans...

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