Wednesday, November 14, 2007

 

Superferry bill ruled not unconstitutional, injunction lifted


by Larry Geller

I'll leave the details to the paid reporters, I've got to do some other things this afternoon. Probably other bloggers will have something to say as well. Joan Conrow is quick—see her post here.

Plaintiff attorneys may file a motion to recover fees, the judge did not rule that they could not be paid because the law changed.

Certainly there will be an appeal, most likely there could be protests. It isn't over yet.

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At the end of the hearing today, Issac Hall tried to have Judge Cardoza grant a stay on lifting
the injunction until an appeal can be filed.

Judge Cardoza denied Mr. Hall's request.

There will be an appeal of this ruling. But I doubt the plaintiffs will get a court to act on any appeal within two weeks.
 


You are probably right. But one could be surprised, I suppose. I know that's wishful thinking.
 

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