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Fed judge rules corona virus lockdowns are unconstitutional


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#1 Gary_Hungerford

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Posted November 16 2020 - 07:59 AM

Folks:

   I just received this, from an attorney friend.

Gary

 

 

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#2 tkovacs9520

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Posted November 16 2020 - 08:19 AM

Problem is on the state level they do whatever they want. Look at the crazy covid rules coumo put in place and will continue to put in place.

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Posted November 16 2020 - 01:11 PM

Since it is not an appellate decision it is not binding on anyone.



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Posted November 16 2020 - 05:04 PM

Since it is not an appellate decision it is not binding on anyone.

Would it not be binding until overturned by an appellate court? If not, what would be the point of a Federal Judge rendering a decision on anything?



#5 only7rounds2

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Posted November 16 2020 - 09:36 PM

Would it not be binding until overturned by an appellate court? If not, what would be the point of a Federal Judge rendering a decision on anything?

It is only binding in that district on that case. If it gets upheld on appeal it is binding on the entire circuit and sets a precedent for other circuits to possibly follow.


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#6 pewpew2020

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Posted November 17 2020 - 01:21 AM

The cops would have to enforce anything against the citizens ultimately for anything to be an actual though right? I can’t see SCPD or NCPD getting on the bandwagon to actually enforce COVID restrictions. Perhaps on businesses but not the individual citizen. I could very be wrong. U guys think it will ever even go that far?

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Posted November 17 2020 - 09:55 AM

The cops would have to enforce anything against the citizens ultimately for anything to be an actual though right? I can’t see SCPD or NCPD getting on the bandwagon to actually enforce COVID restrictions. Perhaps on businesses but not the individual citizen. I could very be wrong. U guys think it will ever even go that far?

Tell that to all the restaurant owners who are currently being abused by the liquor authority at the moment. (They are the ones enforcing Covid rules)


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Posted November 17 2020 - 11:42 AM

The cops would have to enforce anything against the citizens ultimately for anything to be an actual though right? I can’t see SCPD or NCPD getting on the bandwagon to actually enforce COVID restrictions. Perhaps on businesses but not the individual citizen. I could very be wrong. U guys think it will ever even go that far?

State and local law enforcement agencies have hit NYC, Nassau and Suffolk restaurants very hard. The local police are very sympathetic to these businesses, however, they do take action if they see an employee or customer not wearing a mask or following the appropriate social distancing rules that are causing so much grief.
This is all political.

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Posted November 17 2020 - 01:19 PM

This is the time for more LEO's to join oathkeepers 






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