• The Intercept
By "taking the matter under advisement", Judge Kyle Bryson kicked the can a little farther down the road last Monday and further postponed the hearing granted to the Libertarian Party by the appellate courts for prospective relief in rigged elections. Litigation was prompted by the discovery of suspicious activity surrounding the 2-billion dollar 2006 RTA (Regional Transportation Authority) bond election.
In his earlier hearing, Judge Kyle Bryson, winner of the latest round of musical chairs for superior court justices presiding over the last six years of litigation, waited three months before issuing a decision and failed to notify the plaintiff once the decision was made.
Bryson's predecessor, Judge Charles Harrington, errantly ruled that the courts do not have jurisdiction to issue court orders that affect the process of elections, even if the legislative and executive branches fail to ensure fair elections. Arguments presented by Pima County in their motion to dismiss asser
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