The Foundation for Moral Law (“the Foundation”), praised the decision of the United
States Supreme Court today in Timbs v. Indiana, in which the Foundation had filed an
In this case, the State of Indiana attempted to have a man’s vehicle forfeited because it
was used in a crime, but the value of the vehicle was over four times the maximum
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW URGES SUPREME COURT TO HEAR APPEAL OF CHRISTIAN BUISNESSMAN IMPRISONED FOR HELPING CHRISTIAN MOTHER KEEP HER CHILD
February 5, 2019
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law (“the Foundation”) filed an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court today urging it to hear the appeal of Philip Zodhiates, a Christian businessman imprisoned for helping a mother keep custody of her child.
In 2000, Lisa Miller and Janet Jenkins entered into a civil
January 30, 2019
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW URGES SUPREME COURT TO OVERRULE ROE V. WADE
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law (“the Foundation”), joined by Personhood Alabama and The Adoption Law Firm, filed an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court today urging it to overrule Roe v. Wade. In this case, Marshall v. West Alabama Women’s Center, an abortion clinic challenged an
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama nonprofit corporation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty and the right to publicly acknowledge God, filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court Thursday supporting the City of Pensacola, FL in its battle to preserve a cross erected on city property.
A federal district court judge ordered the cross’s removal, saying its presence
MONTGOMERY, AL: On September 25 the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (“FFRF”), an atheist organization that denies the existence of God, sent a letter to Judge Moore as President Emeritus of the Foundation for Moral Law (“FML”). The letter criticized FML’s press conference of September 21 during which Judge Moore advised Alabama school districts that under governing Eleventh Circuit precedent student messages before athletic events,
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-based nonprofit organization, file an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Timbs v. Alabama, arguing that civil forfeiture is unfair and unconstitutional.
Timbs had been convicted of selling drugs valued at $225 and was sentenced to a year of house arrest, five years probation, and payment of fees and fines totaling about $1,200. But
UPDATE: FFRF Tries to Threaten and Intimidate Judge Moore, they don’t know Judge Moore!
(More to come on this updating story)
SPLC weighs in; “The president of the Southern Poverty Law Center Richard Cohen, calls this improper for a public figure to do”.
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW SENDS MEMORANDUM TO SCHOOLS ON PRAYER AND STANDS WITH STUDENTS
MONTGOMERY, AL: Prayer at public school football
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law (“the Foundation”) filed an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court today urging it to protect religious liberty from transgender activism. In this case, R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc. v. EEOC, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued a funeral home, owned by Christians, that refused to allow a male funeral director to dress as a