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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Prop 8 overturn trial closing arguments begin Weds, June 16, 2010

It's been a while (late January?) since we've had much of any official mumblings about it, but Wednesday, June 16, the overturn-Prop 8 trial, Perry v Schwarzenegger, will resume in court, and I would've completely forgot if Joe.My.God. hadn't reminded:
Last week [Judge] Walker may have tipped his hand when he issued a list of 39 questions he wanted answered by both sides. “If the questions are any indication, the Walker opinion will be a blockbuster, at least in terms of its scope, depth and detail..."

...Visit Karen Ocamb's excellent LGBT POV for a dissection of what we can expect tomorrow. Closing arguments will not be televised, but reporters and advocates from both sides will be live-blogging and tweeting throughout the proceedings.
Some analysts have predicted that his final decision probably won't be made in time to celebrate at this June's Pride festivities. Joe Jervis will be featuring any breaking news about Prop 8 and the trial during the proceedings tomorrow.