Rimon Partner challenges inadequacy of mail-in voting procedures
Insights May 22, 2020
States around the country are grappling with the issue of balancing the coronavirus and stay-at-home orders with the constitutional right to vote in the upcoming General Election. A growing number of states have “beefed up” their vote-by-mail procedures, while others, like Florida, are reluctant to improve the accessibility of these procedures. This lawsuit is non-partisan. It concerns only whether and how to improve the accessibility of the mail-in voting process; to make sure that people who can not vote in person, or prefer not to, will have their votes counted.
Read the amended complaint here.
Harvey J. Sepler, J.D., Ph.D., is a seasoned appellate attorney having personally litigated over 1400 civil and criminal appeals spanning a 32-year career. Among his many victories, he has obtained unanimous decisions in both the United States Supreme Court and the Florida Supreme Court. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers – one of the country’s more prestigious organizations. Its select membership includes Justices from the United States Supreme Court, Justices, and Judges from state and federal appellate courts around the country, and many of our most highly regarded appellate attorneys. In addition, he has been recognized as a leading appellate attorney in Florida, receiving an Outstanding Appellate Attorney Award from The Florida Bar and recognition in the Florida Super Lawyers (top 5% of Florida attorneys) and the Florida Legal Elite (top 2% of attorneys) for his appellate skills. Read more.
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