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CACoA - Dummett v Bowen - Brief of Appellants

CACoA - Dummett v Bowen - Brief of Appellants

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CACoA - Dummett v Bowen - Brief of Appellants
CACoA - Dummett v Bowen - Brief of Appellants

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Published by: Jack Ryan on Feb 24, 2014
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CERTIFICATE
OF
INTERESTED
ENTITIES OR
PERSONS
Court
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Appeal Case No :
_c_o_73_7_6_3
There
are no
interested
entities
or
parties
to
list
in
this
Certificate
per
California
Rules
o
Court,
Rule
8 208
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Interested
entities
or
parties are
listed below:
Name
of Interested Entity
or Person
I
2.
3. 4. 5. 6.
7.
8.
9.
Signature
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Attorney/Party
Submitting
Form
Nathaniel Oleson
Printed Name
UNITED
STATES
JUSTICE
FOUNDATJON
932
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Street,
Suite
3
Ramona,
California
92065
Address
Nature
of
Interest
Party
Represented: Dummett; Houston;
LaKamp;
Johnson;
and
Ott
State
Bar
No.:
_ _76_6_95
 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES .............................................................. iii I. INTRODUCTION ...................................................................... 1 A. Nature of Action ............................................................... 1 B. Order Appealed ................................................................ 2 C. Relief Requested .............................................................. 2 D. Statement of Apealability ................................................ 3 II. STATEMENT OF THE CASE ................................................ 3 A. Procedural History ........................................................... 3 B. Statement of Facts ............................................................ 5 III. STANDARD OF REVIEW ....................................................... 9 IV. ARGUMENT ........................................................................... 10 A. Appellants did state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for issuance of a writ of mandate under CCP § 1085 .......................................................... 10 B. The Secretary of State's reliance on California Elections Code § 6901 is misplaced because § 6901 unconstitutionally prevents the Secretary of State from fulfilling her duties as the Chief Elections Officer of California ...................................................... 13

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