A New Brief Filed in Eugenics Appeal Cases

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As discussed in an earlier post, the Center represents heirs of just a few of the thousands of victims of North Carolina's Eugenics policy in three appeals challenging the Eugenics Compensation Program's arbitrary exclusion of victims who died before June 30, 2013. These appeals all challenge the "living victim threshold" as a violation of equal protection under our state constitution. The Center is co-counseling on two of the cases with pro bono counsel Ed Pressly of Pressly, Thomas & Conley, PA of Statesville, NC. Ed Pressly recently submitted a new brief (PDF) to the NC Court of Appeals regarding the exclusion of a victim who died prior to 2013.

Posted by Elizabeth M. Haddix on Fri. September 25, 2015 12:09 PM
Categories: Segregation
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