U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris granted a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of the law last month, saying it targets free speech and expression.
The filing is the clearest indication yet that Trump’s lawyers are hoping to sow doubt before a jury in the legitimacy of the race or at least make the case that his skepticism was justified.
Gov. Kim Reynolds, who signed the measure into law, defended it as “protecting children from pornography and sexually explicit content.”
A county judge said the state law prohibiting voters from showing their marked ballots to anyone else is in violation of the constitutional right to freedom of speech.
In a legal filing, lawyers for the families said they believed the proposal was a viable way to help resolve the bankruptcy reorganization cases of both Jones and his company.
Justice Anita Earls sued the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission in August, alleging their investigations have chilled her First Amendment rights and disrupted her work.
“Neither the state of Florida nor its state colleges and universities are enclaves immune from the requirements and protections of the First Amendment,” the filing reads.
Mayo is a private college, but the lawsuit argues that the professor's punishment is in direct conflict with Mayo’s free speech and academic freedom policy.