Legal Question in Constitutional Law in California

Would a future California governor who was for Proposition 8 have legal standing to challenge the District Court's decision overturning Proposition 8?

Asked on 7/03/13, 2:44 pm

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Edward Hoffman Law Offices of Edward A. Hoffman
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No. There are deadlines to bring such a challenge. The deadline for this particular decision passed years ago. The state made a conscious -- and, in my view, wise -- decision to let the deadline pass.

The state's legal standing is not reset when a new governor takes office. The decision to accept Judge Walker's ruling was California's, not just a particular administration's.

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Answered on 7/03/13, 4:22 pm

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