Friday, September 01, 2006

Debbie Foster Asks Oklahoma Court to Take Judicial Notice of Tallie Stubbs Case; Supports Amicus Curiae Brief

In Capitol v. Foster, where Ms. Foster is seeking approximately $50,000 in attorneys fees against the RIAA, her attorney has asked the Court to (a) take judicial notice of another Oklahoma case, the more recent Tallie Stubbs case (another case which the RIAA dropped because it had no evidence against the defendant), and (b) to grant the motion for leave to file amicus curiae brief submitted by the EFF, the ACLU, Public Citizen, the American Association of Law Libraries, and the ACLU Foundation of Oklahoma.
Request for Judicial Notice and Response to RIAA's Opposition to Court's Acceptance of Amicus Curiae Brief*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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