Amicus Curiae Landmark Legal Foundation (Landmark) respectfully moves this court to exercise its authority pursuant to 50 U.S.C. Section 1803(a)(2)(A) to consider “exceptional matters” en banc, and its inherent authority under the Constitution of the United States, and issue all orders necessary to protect the administration of justice, including an order to direct a full investigation into the leaking of surveillance activity conducted in accordance with the rulings of this court. Landmark does not seek to join any matter before this Court, but respectfully appears as a friend of the Court.
Virginia Commonwealth Board of Elections Demand Letter
September 1, 2016
Landmark Legal Foundation recently sent this demand letter to the Virginia Commonwealth Board of Elections. The Foundation demanded that the Board distribute to Virginia's 113 voting registrars the latest data on voting record changes assembled by Crosscheck, an organization to which 25 member states supply the latest updates to voting records generated by individuals who die, move, change their names, are convicted of felonies, or otherwise change their voting registrations. The majority of the members of Virginia Board of Elections is opposed to doing this.
FLASHBACK - Jones v Clinton
January 4, 2016
FLASHBACK - Landmark Legal Foundation filed the following judicial notice on September 3, 1998, in the lawsuit filed by Paula Corbin Jones against then-president William Jefferson Clinton. Landmark asked the Court to consider citing the President with contempt of court for providing false information in a deposition regarding his relationship with then-White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.
Arizona Voter Citizenship Brief
April 23, 2015
Landmark Legal Foundation has filed a brief in support of the State of Arizona which is being attacked yet again by the U.S. Justice Department because the state requires voters to show proof of citizenship when registering to vote.
Judge Lamberth's decision on EPA punitive sanctions motion
March 2, 2015
Follow the link below to a .pdf of Judge Royce Lamberth's decision on Landmark's motion for punitive sanctions against the EPA relating to the destruction of materials Landmark sought through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.