"As you know, our teams have put in tremendous hours preparing, researching, and meeting pressing deadlines for these two cases. We feel that the Supreme Court should grant review.
These are extremely important cases, and the results of the Tenth Circuit's decision should be reversed. The idea that next to the Statue of Liberty the government would be required to erect a ''Statue of Tyranny'' is wrong. That is the logical outcome of the Sixth Circuit's flawed reasoning.
Please pray that we will get the four-Justice vote in Pleasant Grove City v. Summum (No.07-665) and Duchesne City v. Summum (No. 07-690).
Thank you for standing with us in prayer."
Monday, March 24, 2008
United States Supreme Court to consider Ten Commandments Cases this week
Pray for the Supreme Court this week!
On Friday, March 28, the Supreme Court of the United States will be considering two cases involving Ten Commandments displays. These cases have been taken to the Supreme Court by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).
In order for the Court to grant review in a case, it is necessary to obtain a four-Justice vote in the conference. You can review a copy of each of the briefs the ACLJ has prepared for the Supreme Court: Pleasant Grove City v. Summum (No.07-665) and Duchesne City v. Summum (No. 07-690).
The following is part of an email from Jay Sekulow of the ACLJ: