Saturday, October 30, 2010

TUCSON Community Viewing 9th Circuit Oral Arguments SB 1070

Community Viewing of the 9th Circuit Court Oral Arguments on SB 1070
By Derechos Humanos

Derechos Humanos invites you to join us at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona on Monday, November 1st at 9am to watch the oral arguments on SB 1070 that will be presented to the 9th Circuit Court.
Monday, November 1, 2010
James E. Rogers College of Law
Room 164
One block north of Speedway, near the southwest corner of Mountain and Helen.
The CSPAN station will also be on the TV monitor in the Dean's Lounge on the first floor
The Ninth Circuit has posted all the briefs, including numerous amici briefs, on their web site at:

Although the U.S. District has invited us to view this at the Federal Courthouse, please remember that they require government issued identification in order to enter the buiding.
For more information, please call us at 520.770.1373

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