Perry v. Brown/Coleman v. Brown

"Proposition 8"

10-16696, 10-16751, 11-17255


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Last updated:
 February 7, 2012, 10:00 am


 

Date Filed

Document Title

02/07/2012 Perry v. Brown, Nos. 10-16696, 11-16577 (opinion regarding the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the denial of a motion to vacate the lower court judgment in the case) - 128 pages
02/07/2012 Perry v. Brown, Nos. 10-16696, 11-16577 (Case Summary - 3 pages)
02/02/2012 Perry v. Brown, No. 11-17255 (Opinion regarding Unsealing of trial recording in Prop 8 case)
12/02/2011 Supplemental Brief of Appellees Kristen Perry, et al (10-16696)
12/02/2011 Supplemental Brief of Plaintiff-Intervenor-Appellee City and County of San Francisco (10-16696) 
12/02/2011 Supplemental Brief of Defendant-Intervenors-Appellants Dennis Hollingsworth, et al (10-16696)
11/30/2011 Public Announcement Regarding December 8 Proceedings
11/28/2011 Reply Brief by Plaintiff-Appellees Kristin M. Perry, et al. (11-16577)
11/28/2011 Reply Brief by Defendant-Intervenors-Appellants Dennis Hollingsworth, et al. (11-16577)
11/28/2011 Reply Brief by Appellee City and County of San Francisco (11-16577)
11/28/2011 Brief by Intervenor Media Coalition (11-16577)
11/25/2011 Order Setting Oral Argument (11-16577)
11/21/2011 Order Consolidating Cases (10-16696, 11-16577)
11/18/2011 Reply brief by Defendant-Intervenors-Appellants Hollingsworth, Knight, Gutierrez, Jansson, and ProtectMarriage.com (11-16577)
11/18/2011 Motion to Consolidate
11/17/2011 Opinion by California Supreme Court (10-16696)
11/14/2011 Brief of Plaintiff-Intervenor-Appellee City and County of San Francisco (11-17255)
11/14/2011 Brief of Intervenor Media Coalition (11-17255)
11/14/2011 Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellee Kristin M. Perry, Sandra B. Stier, Paul T. Katami, and Jeffrey J. Zarrillo (11-17255)
11/14/2011 Brief of Defendant-Intervenors-Appellants Hollingsworth, Knight,
Gutierrez, Jansson, and ProtectMarriage.com (11-17255)
11/08/2011 Amicus brief by Bar Association of San Francisco (11-16577)
11/08/2011 Amicus brief by Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.; National Center for Lesbian Rights; ACLU Foundation of Northern California; and Equality California (11-16577)
11/02/2011 Clerk Order setting time for argument (11-17255)
11/01/2011 Answering Brief by Appellees Kristin M. Perry and City and County of San Francisco (11-16577)
10/24/2011 Order granting Emergency Motion for Stay (11-17255)
10/03/2011 Media Coalition's Motion to Intervene (11-17255)
10/03/2011 Media Coalition's Opposition to Emergency Motion to Stay Pending Appeal (11-17255)
10/03/2011 Appellee's Opposition to Emergency Motion to Stay Pending Appeal (11-17255)
10/03/2011 Intervenor City and County of San Francisco's Opposition to Emergency Motion to Stay Pending Appeal (11-17255)
10/03/2011 Appellants' Opening Brief (11-16577)
09/26/2011 Order extending temporary stay pending ruling on emergency motion
09/23/2011 Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal, filed by Prop. 8 Proponents in 11-17255
09/19/2011 District Court's Order Granting Plaintiffs' Motion to Unseal Digital Recording of Trial, Granting Limited Stay until September 30, 2011
08/11/2011 California Supreme Court orders regarding media coverage
08/01/2011 California Supreme Court order setting oral argument
07/27/2011 California Supreme Court order granting City and County of San Francisco's request for judicial notice
06/17/2011 California Supreme Court Order granting amicus curiae Reilly permission to file a response
05/13/2011 County of Santa Clara, County of Santa Cruz, City of Oakland, City of Cloverdale, County of San Mateo, City of Santa Cruz, County of Sonoma; League of Women Voters (amicus)
05/09/2011 Plaintiff-Respondent Perry, Stier, Katami, and Zarrillo's Reply to Amicus Briefs
05/09/2011 Defendant-Intervenors/Appellants Hollingsworth, Knight, Gutierrez, Jansson, and ProtectMarriage.com's Reply to Amicus Briefs
05/09/2011 Plaintiff-Intervenor/Appellee City and County of San Francisco's Reply to Amicus Briefs
05/04/2011 Jon B. Eisenberg and Professor Laurie L. Levenson (amicus)
05/03/2011 Equality California, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. (amicus)
05/03/2011 Attorney General Kamala D. Harris (amicus)
05/03/2011 Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence (amicus)
05/02/2011 California Faith for Equality, California Council of Churches, General Synod of the United Church of Christ, Pacific Association of Reform Rabbis, Progressive Jewish Alliance, Episcopal Bishops of California and Los Angeles, Unitarian Universalist Association, Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry California and Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
04/28/2011 Amended Order transferring motions to district court
04/27/2011 Order transferring motions to district court
04/25/2011 Appellees' Reply to Response to Motion to Unseal
04/21/2011 Appellants' Reply to Response to Motion Regarding Trial Recordings and Opposition to Motion to Unseal 
04/18/2011 Non-Party Media Coalition's Motion to Intervene
04/15/2011 Appellee City and County of San Francisco's Opposition to Motion Regarding Trial Recordings
04/15/2011 Appellees' Opposition to Motion Regarding Trial Recordings and Appellees' Motion to Unseal
04/14/2011 Letter by Vaughn Walker in response to Motion for Order Compelling Return of Trial Recordings
04/13/2011 Appellants' Motion for Order Compelling Return of Trial Recordings
03/23/2011 Order Denying Motion to Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
03/14/2011 Appellee City and County of San Francisco's Reply to Opposition to Motion to Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
03/14/2011 Movant Storey's Reply to City and County of San Francisco's Opposition to Motion to Intervene (10-16751)
03/14/2011 Movant Storey's Reply to Appellees' Opposition to Motion to Intervene (10-16751)
03/07/2011 Appellants' Opposition to Motion to Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
03/07/2011 Defendant-Intervenors' Response in Support of Motion to Intervene (10-16751)
03/07/2011 Appellee City and County of San Francisco's Opposition to Motion to Intervene (10-16751)
03/07/2011 Appellees' Opposition to Motion to Intervene (10-16751)
03/01/2011 Attorney General's Amended Statement in support of Motion To Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
03/01/2011 Attorney General's Statement in support of Motion To Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
02/25/2011 Motion to Intervene as Defendant-Appellant by County Clerk Chuck Storey (10-16751)
02/24/2011 Appellee City and County of San Francisco's Joinder in Motion to Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
02/23/2011 Appellees' Motion to Vacate Stay Pending Appeal
01/04/2011 Order Certifying a Question to the Supreme Court of California (Proponents Appeal)
01/04/2011 Opinion affirming in part/dismissing in part (Imperial County's appeal)
01/04/2011 Concurrence by Judge Reinhardt
01/04/2011 Memorandum re: Motion to Disqualify
01/04/2011 Memorandum re: Additional Counsel
12/02/2010 Media Advisory for Proposition 8 Proceeding
12/02/2010 Order Denying Motion To Disqualify
12/01/2010 Appellants' Motion for Disqualification
12/01/2010 Law Schools to View Proceedings
11/29/2010 Panel Judges Handout
11/26/2010 Clerk Order realloting time for argument (10-16696, 10-16751)
11/22/2010 Public Announcement Regarding December 6 Proceeding
11/15/2010 Clerk Order alloting time for argument (10-16696, 10-16751)
11/02/2010 Reply Brief (10-16696)
10/25/2010 Answering Brief by Kristin M. Perry, Sandra B. Stier, Paul T. Katami, and Jeffrey J. Zarrillo (10-16696)
10/25/2010 Amicus Briefs Filed by Consent (10-16696):
09/20/2010 Margie Reilly
09/23/2010 Family Research Council
10/18/2010 Liberty Institute, Association of Maryland Families, California Family Council, Center for Arizona Policy, Citizens for Community Values, Cornerstone Action, Cornerstone Family Council, Delaware Family Policy Council, Family Action Council of Tennessee, The Family Foundation, The Family Policy Council of West Virginia, Family Policy Institute of Washington, Florida Family Policy Council, Georgia Family Council, Illinois Family Institute, Independence Law Center, Iowa Family Policy Center, Louisiana Family Forum Action, Massachusetts Family Institute, Michigan Family Forum, Minnesota Family Council, Missouri Family Policy Council, Montana Family Foundation, New Jersey Family First, New Jersey Family Policy Council, North Carolina Family Policy Council, Oklahoma Family Policy Council, Oregon Family Council, Palmetto Family Council, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Wisconsin Family Action, and WyWatch Family Action
09/23/2010 Center for Urban Renewal and Education, High Impact Leadership Coalition, and Frederick Douglass Foundation, Inc.
09/24/2010 Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Desert Spring Ministries
09/24/2010 Ethics and Public Policy Center
09/24/2010 Liberty Counsel, JONAH Inc., and Campaign for Children and Families
09/24/2010 American Center for Law and Justice
09/24/2010 Hausvater Project
09/24/2010 Pacific Justice Institute
09/27/2010 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops; California Catholic Conference; National Association of Evangelicals; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission; Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod; Calvary Chapel Fellowship of Ministries of California; The Christian and Missionary Alliance; Coral Ridge Ministries; The Council of Korean Churches in Southern California; Southern California Korean Ministers Association; Holy Movement for America
09/27/2010 Robert P. George, Sherif Girgis, and Ryan T. Anderson
09/27/2010 National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality
09/27/2010 American College of Pediatricians
09/27/2010 Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence
09/27/2010 Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
09/27/2010 National Legal Foundation
09/27/2010 Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund
09/27/2010 Concerned Women of America
09/27/2010 National Organization for Marriage and Family Leader
09/27/2010 Paul McHugh
09/27/2010 Eugene Dong
09/28/2010 States of Indiana, Virginia, Louisiana, Michigan, Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Idaho, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, and Wyoming
09/28/2010 American Civil Rights Union
10/06/2010 Catholics for the Common Good
10/06/2010 Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom; Alameda County Bar Association; Bar Association of San Francisco; Los Angeles County Bar Association; Marin County Bar Association; Santa Clara County Bar Association; AIDS Legal Referral Panel; API Equality–LA; Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area; Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los Angeles County; Asian Pacific Bar Association of Silicon Valley; Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach; Bay Area Association of Muslim Lawyers; California Employment Lawyers Association; California Women’s Law Center; East Bay La Raza Lawyers Association; Equal Justice Society; Family Equality Council; Filipino Bar Association of Northern California; Freedom to Marry; Impact Fund; Japanese American Bar Association of Greater Los Angeles; Korean American Bar Association of Northern California; Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory, Inc.; Law Foundation of Silicon Valley; Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area; Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center; Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association of Los Angeles; Marriage Equality USA; Mexican American Bar Association; National Asian Pacific American Bar Association; National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter; People for the American Way Foundation; Queen’s Bench Bar Association; San Francisco Chamber of Commerce; San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association; San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association; Santa Clara County Black Lawyers Association; Society of American Law Teachers; South Asian Bar Association of Northern California; Transgender Law Center; and Women Lawyers of Alameda County.
10/06/2010 Constitutional Accountability Center
10/06/2010 Legislators from United States Jurisdictions that Have Legalized Same-Sex Marriage
10/06/2010 American Psychological Association, California Psychological Association, American Psychiatric Association, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
10/06/2010 Jon B. Eisenberg
10/06/2010 California Professors of Family Law
10/06/2010 Howard University School of Law Civil Rights Clinic and Americans United for Separation of Church and State
10/06/2010 National LGBT Bar Association
10/06/2010 Commonwealth of Massachusetts
10/06/2010 California Teachers Association
10/06/2010 Anti-Defamation League
10/06/2010 NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc.
10/06/2010 Professors William N. Eskridge Jr., Bruce A. Ackerman, Rebecca L. Brown, Daniel A. Farber, Kenneth L. Karst, and Andrew Koppelman
10/06/2010 American Anthropological Association, American Psychoanalytic Association, National Association of Social Workers, National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter, American Sociological Association, and American Academy of Pediatrics, California
10/06/2010 ACLU Foundation of Northern California, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc., and National Center for Lesbian Rights
10/06/2010 California Faith for Equality, California Council of Churches, General Synod of the United Church of Christ, Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches, The Episcopal Bishops of California and Los Angeles, Progressive Jewish Alliance, Pacific Association of Reform Rabbis, Unitarian Universalist Association, and Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry California
10/06/2010 Equality California
10/06/2010 Donald B. King, Justice (Ret.) and American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (Northern California Chapter)
10/06/2010 Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure Professors Bryan Adamson, Janet Cooper Alexander, Barbara A. Atwood, Barbara Babcock, Erwin Chemerinsky, Joshua P. Davis, David L. Faigman, Pamela S. Karlan, Toni M. Massaro, Arthur Miller, David Oppenheimer, Judith Resnik, Fred Smith, and Larry Yackle
10/06/2010 Southern Poverty Law Center
10/06/2010 Asian American Justice Center, Asian Law Caucus, Asian American Institute, Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Asian Pacific American Women Lawyers Alliance, Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, API Equality, California Conference of the NAACP, Chinese for Affirmative Action, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, Korematsu Center at Seattle University, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, and Zuna Institute
10/06/2010 National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Foundation, Human Rights Campaign, American Humanist Association, and Courage Campaign Institute
10/18/2010 Answering Brief by City and County of San Francisco (10-16696)
09/23/2010 Opening Brief (10-16751)
09/22/2010 Opening Brief (10-16696)
08/17/2010 Order Expediting Imperial County Appeal (10-16751)
08/16/2010 Order on Motion for Stay Pending Appeal
08/16/2010  Reply Brief Filed By Proponents of Prop 8
08/13/2010 Plaintiffs' Opposition to Motion to Stay
08/13/2010 City and County of San Francisco's Opposition to Stay Appeal
08/13/2010  Scheduling Order
08/13/2010 Attorney General's Opposition to Emergency Motion For Stay Pending Appeal
08/12/2010 Declaration - Complete
08/12/2010  Motion For Stay Pending Appeal - Complete
08/12/2010  Motion To Exceed Page Limits - Complete
08/12/2010  Exhibit A
08/12/2010  Exhibit B
08/12/2010  Exhibit C