FINDLAW:Daily Opinion Summaries for U.S. Supreme Court – 4/28/08


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, ELECTIONS, GOVERNMENT LAW

Crawford v. Marion County Election Bd., No. 07-21, 07-25
In a suit challenging the constitutionality of an Indiana law requiring citizens voting in person to present photo identification issued by the government, a judgment upholding the law is affirmed where the evidence in the record was not sufficient to support a facial attack on the validity of the entire statute.

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