Amicus Brief Supports Britney Spears - As Predicted

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ACLU, Other Organizations, Provide Support for Fundamental Rights

WASHINGTON - eTradeWire -- The ACLU and more than two dozen other civil and disability rights organization have just filed a friend-of-the-court [amicus] brief in support of Britney Spears and her fundamental reproductive and other rights, notes public interest law professor John Banzhaf, who had predicted. supported, and called for those who were so publicly proclaiming that her rights were being violated do more than simply complain, and suggesting amicus briefs as an effective remedy.

The ACLU has also offered to provide supported decision-making assistance to help Spears select a replacement lawyer if she wishes, but has had to ask the court, in a separate document, for permission to communicate with the CONSERVATEE (Spears) to offer and provide those decision-making services.

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Some two weeks ago, Banzhaf had called out those who opined about the violations of Spears' fundamental rights but did nothing more to help her.  He especially suggested that such individuals and organizations file an amicus brief, which has how occurred.

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Source: Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
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