Have Too Many Cases? Judge Leon Doesn't Want To Hear It

Law360 (July 13, 2020, 10:46 PM EDT) -- A government attorney wanted U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon to consider deadlines she faces in other cases before he issues a scheduling order in a suit over a sex trafficking law, but the D.C. federal judge offered no sympathy Monday, firing back that the administration has the staff to help her meet the deadlines.

Judge Leon's scathing rebuke came during a scheduling teleconference to determine the next steps in a constitutional challenge that internet free speech advocates lodged against the Trump administration over a 2018 law meant to crack down on sex trafficking that they say prevents human rights groups...

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