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United States Supreme Court

"The American people's adherence  to Supreme Court decisions, whether agree or disagreed with the disposition, is what protects our democracy from totalitarian states common through out the world."                                                                                       
Richard Mayberry was privileged to study under noted U.S. Supreme Court pleader Eugene Gressman [deceased] at the George Washington Law School in 1977. Gressman co-authored "Supreme Court Practice", the authoritative practice book used by Supreme Court pleaders of the day.

Richard Mayberry filed a brief for the Public Service Research Council et al. as amici curiae in support of the National Right to Work Comm cases in chief before the U.S. Supreme Court, FEC V. NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK COMM., 665 F.2d 371(D.C. Cir.1981), 459 U. S. 97 (1982). 

Mayberry was lead trial and appellate counsel and filed a petition for certiorari before the Supreme Court in Furgatch V. FEC, No. 83-0956-GT(M) (S.D. Cal. 1984), (unpublished opinion), rev'd, 807 F.2d 857 (9th Cir.), cert. denied, 484 U.S. 850 (1987), on remand (S.D. Cal. April 26, 1988) (unpublished order), aff'd in part, vacated and remanded in part, 869 F.2d 1256 (9th Cir. 1989).
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The U.S. Supreme Court provides a check and balance on over-reach by Congress and the President. .As a leader in the Bar Association of the District of Columbia for many   years, Richard Mayberry has had the privilege several times to be a guest at private dinners sponsored by different justices for the BADC.

Chief Justice Rehnquist who died on September 3, 2005 honestly and boldly spoke out of his rise as path to the high court, some observations about it,and the legal profession in general. The high impact of his speed renewed my commitment to the law.
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