Tomorrow: NPRI’s litigation center to announce first case
Needless to say, we’re very excited about NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation announcing its first case. And once you find out what the case is on, I think you will be too.
Although numerous (and I mean numerous) individuals have tried to get additional details out of me about what the case will be on, all I can say is that the lawsuit will “challenge the state’s long-running violation of vital constitutional principles and will have significant, statewide implications for all Nevadans.”
Full details will be available tomorrow after 11 a.m. at http://justice.npri.org/.
In the meantime, here’s our media advisory.
NPRI’s litigation center to announce first case at press conference
CARSON CITY, Nev. – The Nevada Policy Research Institute’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation will file its first case in Nevada State Court on Nov. 30, 2011. The suit, to be filed in the First Judicial District in Carson City, will challenge the state’s long-running violation of vital constitutional principles and will have significant, statewide implications for all Nevadans.
Immediately following the filing of the suit at 11 a.m., Joseph Becker, Chief Legal Counsel and Director of CJCL, will speak briefly about the case and answer questions regarding the filing of the lawsuit and its implications.
When: Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at 11 a.m.
Where: First Judicial District Court
885 East Musser Street
Carson City, NV 89701
The Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation is a public-interest law organization that will litigate when necessary to protect the fundamental rights of individuals as set forth in the state and federal constitutions.
Learn more about the Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation at http://justice.npri.org/.