Reply To: SCOTUS Denies to Hear Muniz


What does this mean? Well, for those of you who think this is not good, you do not understand law or the legal process or how Courts slowly change. This is a good decision in the sense that it is following a pattern of other Court because there is empirical data, testimony and statistics that are being considered “expert evidence” (valid evidence that supports a legal position that is irrefutable. Leaving this up to a state’s highest court to decided based on its constitution is not a bad thing. After a few more states go down and other state supreme courts uphold these laws, will create a solid controversy that will be ripe for the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the case. In the past, we were never in a position as good as this. We are dismantling a wall, brick by brick. It will take time. Look at this in a positive light.