Lawyers Offer To Represent Those Arrested Or Cited For Not Wearing Face Mask
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An increasing number of principled lawyers have offered to represent for free those who are arrested or fined for not wearing a face mask.
Attorney Mike Yoder of the Washington D.C. / Virginia area tweeted "We are all doing this free of charge to those willing to fight to preserve our Constitution against unconstitutional orders. Constitutional rights > fear. End of story."
Yoder was joined by attorney Briscoe Cain of Houston and many more lawyers from across the country. The network of lawyers seem to be joined in ideology, to defend the rights of the people against these outrageous dictates. Great job!
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If you’re arrested or fined for opening your business, not wearing a mask, or going to church, DM me.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 4, 2020
I’ll represent you for free.
I’m in DC, but have fellow conservative attorneys across the country that I can work with on cases in other states.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 4, 2020
Our Constitutional rights are more important than pandering to fear.
We will challenge unconstitutional state mask and business closure mandates nationwide.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 5, 2020
So far, these lawyers are w/ me:@yoder_esqq- DC/VA@rkelleyy- PA@Manny_Alicandro- NY@AnthonySabatini- FL@biller_andy- OH@warriorgoddes14- WA@tokyodave- CA
We’re fighting for you 🇺🇸
If you’re an attorney and willing to join in this fight, DM me.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 5, 2020
Together we will defeat these orders & preserve our Constitution 🇺🇸
God bless America & happy 4th!
Add @J_Ed19 (MA) to the list!— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 5, 2020
Keep it going!
We are all doing this free of charge to those willing to fight to preserve our Constitution against unconstitutional orders.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 5, 2020
Constitutional rights > fear.
End of story.
Add @ArieLipinski (IN) to the list.— Mike Yoder (@Yoder_Esqq) July 5, 2020
Let’s get all 50 states!
Get fined for not wearing a mask?— 𝐁𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐜𝐨𝐞 𝐂𝐚𝐢𝐧 (@BriscoeCain) July 4, 2020
I will gladly represent you. FOR FREE
If you get fined in Florida, call @AnthonySabatini.— 𝐁𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐜𝐨𝐞 𝐂𝐚𝐢𝐧 (@BriscoeCain) July 4, 2020
If you are arrested or fined for not wearing a mask—call me and I will represent you for free— Rep. Anthony Sabatini (@AnthonySabatini) July 4, 2020
Rep. Anthony Sabatini @AnthonySabatini State Representative, District #32 Florida | Captain, Florida Army National Guard | UF: BA ‘12 JD ‘17.
Will help!— R.K. (@rkelleyy) July 4, 2020
hey #lawtwitter thoughts on the constitutionality of these EOs as far as mask wearing and business occupancy/closure mandates? Are they enforceable? Can you challenge an EO on 14th amendment grounds and if so what standard of review applies?— R.K. (@rkelleyy) July 3, 2020
I think there’s also an issue with the application of them. Applies to bars and beaches but doesn’t apply to walmarts and protesting.— R.K. (@rkelleyy) July 3, 2020