Supplemental Brief for Appellants (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
In the Supreme Court of the United States
NO. 708, 1972 TERM
Jane Roe, John Doe, Mary Doe, and James Hubert Hallford, M.D. Appellants
Henry Wade, District Attorney of Dallas County, Texas Appellee
On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Supplemental Brief for Appellants STATEMENT
The instant case was argued before this Court on December 13, 1971. It is a direct appeal from the decision of a three-judge federal panel declaring the Texas abortion law to be unconstitutional but refusing to grant injunctive relief and denying standing to Appellants Doe.
On June 27, 1972, the case was restored to the calendar for reargument. 40 U.S.L.W. 3617. Reargument is scheduled for October 11, 1972.
Several pertinent decisions have been rendered since the submission of Appellants' original brief. This supplemental brief is submitted to inform the Court of those decisions.
Request for injunctive relief
As to their request for injunctive relief, Appellants would once again point out that the injunction requested was one against future prosecutions only. Appellant Hallford had not requested injunctive relief to prevent...
(The entire section is 4514 words.)
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