Federal Court of Appeals to Hear Kentucky Ten Commandments Case

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Liberty Counsel LogoTomorrow Liberty Counsel will present oral argument at the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in defense of the “Foundations of American Law and Government” display, which includes the Ten Commandments. Liberty Counsel represents McCreary and Pulaski Counties in Kentucky. When the case reached the Supreme Court, it only ruled on the preliminary injunction.

The Court issued split, and frankly, confusing decisions. Since that time, however, the composition of the Court has changed. Justices Roberts and Alito have replaced Justices Rehnquist and O’Connor. It is likely that a different result will be reached if the McCreary case reaches the High Court again.

Since 2005 the ACLU has lost three consecutive Ten Commandments cases at the appellate court level. They have refused to ask the Supreme Court to take these cases, because they know the Court is no longer hostile to the Ten Commandments.

Read our News Release for more details.

Read Liberty Counsel’s McCreary County Opening and Reply briefs.

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