Sixth Circuit Withdraws Opinion Striking Down Traffic Law on Vagueness Grounds:
I blogged yesterday and the day before on United States v. Davis, the Sixth Circuit case handed down on December 19th that had invalidated a Michigan traffic law on the ground that it was unconstitutionally vague. Today the Sixth Circuit withdrew the opinion: The brief order withdrawing the opinion is here. This means that the old opinion is "off the books," and that at some point the Sixth Circuit will issue a new opinion in the case.
Related Posts (on one page):
- Sixth Circuit Withdraws Opinion Striking Down Traffic Law on Vagueness Grounds:
- Did the Sixth Circuit "Fuzzy Dice" Decision Violate Federal Law?:
- Sixth Circuit Panel, Acting Sua Sponte, Strikes Down Statute Prohibiting Driving When Driver's Vision Is Obstructed by Dangling or Suspended Objects: