The NAACP and Voces de la Frontera have now filed their post-trial brief. The brief follows a bench trial on April 16-19, heard by Judge Flanagan. Because the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals have declined to accept the state’s appeal before Judge Flanagan issues a final decision, the temporary injunction will remain in place through the June 5 recall election, along with Judge Niess’ permanent injunction. Judge Flanagan will likely issue his final decision shortly after briefing is concluded on June 19. Hawks Quindel will continue to provide updates of this case.
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