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Supreme Court top security officialsgive Maryland and Virginia officials police and law enforcement to prevent picketing at judges' homes I sent a letter requesting you to use it.
Marshal Gale Curly of the Supreme Court to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Montgomery County executive Marc Elrich, Virginia Governor Glenn Yonkin, and authoritiespicketSent a letter requesting that the "threatening activity" be put to an end. "Outside the SCOTUS Judge's house.
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"I urge Maryland police to work with local governments as necessary to enact a law prohibiting picketing outside the homes of Supreme Court judges living in Maryland. I'm writing, "Curly wrote in a letter. To Hogan.
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Protesters Merry, June 8, 2022 March past the home of the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court in Chevy Chase, Maryland. (Nathan Howard / Getty Images)
"Recently, hundreds of demonstrators have chosen to pick up Supreme." I am deeply concerned. " A judge at a court in Maryland's home said while using "threatening language" that it "threats the integrity of the American judicial system and the safety of its citizens." "Since then, protests and intimidation at the judge's home have only increased."
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Curly ends protests instructing Hogan to use state police and Maryland law resource.
"Instruct Maryland Police to enforce Maryland and Montgomery County laws that directly prohibit picketing at the home of a Supreme Court judge residing in Maryland."
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In a letter to Yongkin, Curly "Enforces state law prohibiting picketing outside the Supreme Court's judge's house."
Hogan, along with Yongkin, bansJustice Ministryfrom protests, pickets, and other forms of intimidation outside the opposition's home. I asked for the law to come into effect. judgement.
Pro-choice protesters are Samuel Alito of the US Supreme Court Demonstrate outside of his home on June 27, 2022 in Alexandria, Virginia. (Photo courtesy of Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images)
Under federal law, it is illegal to influence a judge's judgment 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.
The DOJ provided security to the judge's home, but they allowed the protests and picketing to continue unimpeded.