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Wittman v. Personhuballah

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Docket nos.  14–1504
Opinion announcement  Opinion announcement
Location  United States of America
Citations  578 U.S. ___ (more)
Date decided  May 23, 2016
Full case name  Robert J. Wittman, et al., Appellants v. Gloria Personhuballah, et al.
Majority  Breyer, joined by unanimous
Similar  Alabama Legislative Black Ca, Betterman v Montana, Bank Markazi v Peterson, Foster v Chatman, Heffernan v City of Paterson

Wittman v personhuballah oral argument march 21 2016


Wittman v. Personhuballah, 578 U.S. ___ (2016), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the appellants lacked standing under Article III of the United States Constitution to pursue their appeal. The case dealt with redistricting by the Virginia Legislature of Virginia's Third Congressional District and allegations of gerrymandering based upon race. The appeal was brought by Congressmen David Brat, Randy Forbes, and Rob Wittman.

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