Audio Tape: Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio Announces Another Supreme Court Brief To Defend Marriage Law (DOMA)!
The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to decide on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
The Defense of Marriage Act, passed by Congress, has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal district court in Massachusetts, as well as the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
There are four Petitions for Certiorari pending in the US Supreme Court -- one from New York, one from California, and another one from Massachusetts.
The Public Advocate of the U.S. Inc. brief, if allowed, will be due August 2.
Sadly President Barack Obama ordered his government to completely abandon his oath of office to uphold the laws of the United States and stopped defending DOMA.
The Obama Administration first defended the law, and then turned against it. The case is currently being defended by a group of Congressional intervenors acting on behalf of the majority of Americans.
Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio believes the Congressional intervenors are basing their case on flawed Supreme Court decisions and requires a better legal reasoning in the form of a friend of the court brief by Public Advocate's attornies who are also working with other groups and their attornies.
Public Advocate would, through the brief, urge the Court to expand the issue on which Certiorari is granted to reconsider its, the Supreme Cour's, precedents that establish that the text of the "due process" guarantee of the Fifth Amendment includes an "equal protection" component.
Five Minutes in duration, permission granted in advance to any news outlet to use for quoting Eugene Delgaudio directly as President of Public Advocate regarding the preparation of legal pleadings before the U.S. Supreme Court defending the Defense
of Marriage Act.