FAQ re: Crenshaw-Logal v. The U.S.A.
Can I join the class action?
The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has to grant the current named Plaintiff, Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal, permission to proceed with the proposed class action in her individual capacity and as Envoy/Representative Party. Unless and until that happens, additional named plaintiffs and class members will not be identified.
Is the class action seeking money?
No, the proposed lawsuit only seeks injunctive relief.
What happens if SCOTUS allows the lawsuit to be docketed?
Presuming the lawsuit is not deemed patently defective and rejected by the SCOTUS Clerk of Court for that reason, Crenshaw-Logal v. The U.S.A. will be docketed. Per SCOTUS Rule 17, the U.S.A. will have no more than 60 days after receiving Plaintiff's Motion for Leave to file her lawsuit to file a brief in opposition to the motion should it choose to do so. If the U.S.A. files an express waiver of the right to file a brief in opposition, or, if no waiver or brief is filed, upon the expiration of the time allowed for filing, the Clerk will distribute the filed documents to the Court for its consideration.
What are the practical considerations for AUI focusing on Dr. Crenshaw-Logal’s difficulties and championing her fight for justice?
Our focusing on Dr. Crenshaw-Logal’s difficulties and championing her fight for justice are inspired by very practical considerations, over and beyond whatever personal concern any of us have for her well-being. Number one, she still faces imminent harm due to allegations of U.S. legal system corruption that are not manifestly ill-founded. So, her circumstances fit the template for her proposed class action before the U.S. Supreme Court. Number two, Dr. Crenshaw-Logal is more than qualified to act in the best interest of similarly situated Americans as their Representative Party. And, number three, the legal challenges and related personal difficulties that Dr. Crenshaw-Logal face are just as if not more part of undermining Opt IN USA as well as AUI than her as an individual.
Should this case be allowed to proceed as a class action, will it operate much like a typical class action pursuant to which class members are only notified of a negotiated resolution of the case?
No, this lawsuit anticipates class members being able to present evidence and hopefully prove their respective allegations of organized U.S. legal system abuse facilitated by unchecked judicial misconduct are not manifestly ill-founded.