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The Government of Maryland, Virginia, has called for the protection of judges in response to a letter from the Marshal of the Supreme Court.

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Governor of Virginia and Governor of Maryland respond to letters from the highest security officials of the Supreme Courtwith police and law enforcement agencies. I called for it to be used and prevented. Picketing at the judge's house.

"The Governor agrees with the Marshal that threatening activity has increased outside the judge's house," said Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin's spokesperson Christian Martinez. In response to a letter from Supreme Court Marshal Gale Curly,asks the Governor to "enforce state law" banning pickets outside the judge's house.

"He welcomes the Supreme Court's request to enforce state law because Fairfax County is the main enforcement body for state law," the statement added.

Yongkin also called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to "do his job" by "enforcing much stronger federal law."

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"All resources of federal law enforcement agencies, including the Marshals, are home to judges. Has been denied the right to live in peace. "

Maryland Governor Larry Hoganalso said, "Maryland Police, in cooperation with local governments as necessary, bans picketing outside the Supreme Court's home. I received a letter from Curly requesting that the law be enforced. A judge in a court in Maryland. "

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Hogan's Communications Director Michael Rich replied to the letter in a Twitter post, Garland. I also turned my finger on it.

"Two months ago, Governor Hogan and Governor Yongkin sent a letter to Justice Secretary Garland asking him to enforce clear and clear federal law in a book banning judge's picketing in his residence. "Rich wrote. "A month later, hours after the attempted assassination of Judge Kavanaugh, the Justice Department finally responded and refused to enforce the law."

The statement went on to say, "Now, another federal authority. Is writing to us with contradictory information. If the Marshal was taking the time to investigate the matter, she would say that the legislation quoted in her letter was from the Maryland Judge's Office. Asked. "

Rich instructed Maryland Police to further consider law enforcement options" in light of the continued refusal of action by multiple federal agencies. " Added.

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Hogan Together with Youngkin, urged the Ministry of Justiceto enforce federal law prohibiting protests, pickets, and other forms of intimidation outside the judge's home.

Under federal law, it is illegal to influence a judge's decision or interfere with the performance of a judge's duties. However, the Justice Department has so far refused to interfere with demonstrators outside the homes of several Supreme Court judges, including Clarence Thomas, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh. 

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The DOJ provided security to the judge's home, but they allowed the protests and picketing to continue unimpeded.

FoxNews Timothy H.J.Nerozzi contributed to this report

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