by Jorge Gomez • 5 min read
Will First Liberty argue a U.S. Supreme Court case this term? We could. Three of our cases are closely approaching the nation’s highest court.
Earlier this year, we argued the following cases in federal appeals court, which sit just one level below the Supreme Court. We’re waiting for a ruling in each of these cases. And depending on the result, we could appeal to the nation’s highest court.
Please continue praying for the judges as they write their rulings. A decision could come down at any time:
If you’ve kept up with First Liberty recently, you know this has been a tremendously blessed season. We’ve had incredible opportunities to fight multiple Supreme Court cases.
Think about this: Some organizations, law firms and attorneys only dream of having one case at the U.S. Supreme Court in their career. We had at least one case at the Supreme Court in each of the last five years! And look at what happened in 2022 and 2023. We were able to take not just one, but two of our cases to the Supreme Court each of those years. Even better? Because of your faithful support, we won them all.
There’s no denying God is at work. And the best part? We don’t think He’s finished yet.
We’re fighting another two huge cases at the appellate court level. Here’s what those are about and where they stand:
We clearly have many more opportunities sitting right in front of us. But to make the most of them, we need to remain faithful, working harder and more intently that ever before.
As we enter the final two months of the year, we really need your continued support.
First, please continue praying. Every member of our team needs all the spiritual support you can provide. We really appreciate all the encouragement and strength your prayers bring us.
We also ask that you give generously so that we can keep fighting these very expensive and lengthy cases. Remember, none of our clients ever see a legal bill. And that’s only possible thanks to YOU.
Please give to First Liberty today. Your support makes an enormous difference.