Prop. 8 Judge Proposes Closing Argument Date
BY Advocate.com Editors
April 28 2010 3:35 PM ET
A federal judge on Wednesday proposed a June date for closing arguments in the Prop. 8 lawsuit, three months after evidentiary testimony concluded in the trial.
U.S. district judge Vaughn Walker (pictured) set a June 16 date for closing arguments, but asked both sides to confer if there are any conflicts with the proposed date.
Closing arguments had been delayed because of a third-party fight between the court and two groups involved in No on Prop. 8, Equality California, and the American Civil Liberties Union, over the disclosure of internal documents related to the 2008 campaign.
Both organizations agreed earlier this week to disclose the documents.
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