Just like a writer with a good nom de plume, a random party jumping into a federal case should be able to get some mileage out of an onomatopoeic name.
And so, Carlvin Justice.
Justice has entered the Prop 8 fray, filing with the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals two documents that look to be typed on an Apple IIe computer, circa 1983, headlined as “interposition[s] on behalf of the State of California.”
They both take aim at Chief Judge Vaughn Walker's Aug. 4 ruling on Prop 8: “This ruling is a violation of the initiative and of the Constitution of the United States of America and will need to be nullified on the merit. This would be a violation of the voting rights and would need to be revised.”
He even addresses the legal standing issue that has captivated followers of the case: “We the people do have standing to protest an interest it seeks to protect.”