Previous posts in this series:
- Ali vs Hogan Part 1: Saqib Ali Files Lawsuit Against Maryland Governor Hogan for Violating his Civil Rights
- Ali vs Hogan Part 2: Governor Hogan Files a Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 3: Ali Responds to Governor Hogan's Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 4: Governor Hogan and Attorney General Frosh file Another Set of Responses on the Motion To Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 5: Ali Tells Court About Judge's Favorable Ruling in a Similar Case in Texas
- Ali vs Hogan Part 6: Oral Arguments on Hogan's Motion to Dismiss
- Ali vs Hogan Part 7: Judge Grants Hogan's Motion to Dismiss Ali's Lawsuit
- Ali vs Hogan Part 8: Ali files an Amended Complaint
- Ali vs Hogan Part 9: Attorney General Frosh Files Motion to Dismiss Ali's Amended Complaint
- Ali vs Hogan Part 10: Ali Files Motion Opposing Frosh's Motion To Dismiss
Today Attorney General Brian Frosh responded to my previous filing with a seventeen-page motion opposing it. In his motion, he argues that:
- The C certification, on its face and as applied, is constitutional because it only prohibits one form of national-origin discrimination.
- The C certification is not void for vagueness.
You can read Frosh's motion below.
Now we wait on the Judge's ruling on the Motion to Dismiss. It might come in a matter of days. Or it might come in a matter of months. We have no clue.
The lockdown caused by the Coronavirus is likely to lengthen the duration we will have to wait for any interim and final decisions in this case.