LAF case against UC Davis to be heard in Federal Court in Sacramento

Posted At : April 12, 2011 11:18 AM

The  Mansourian v UC Davis case is going to trial on May 23 in federal court in Sacramento. A time has not been yet set but will probably be around 10:00am. The Mansourian lawyers would love to have local AAUW members there to show support.
The US Federal Courthouse in Sacramento is located at 501 “I” Street, Suite 10 – 100, Sacramento, CA.  There is a two story parking structure at 7th Street and “G” Street.
Amtrak has a station at 401 “I” Street, Sacramento, easy walking distance to the Courthouse.

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