Brott v. United States of America, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals

Court Brief

Brott v. United States of America, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals

Amicus curiae brief in support of plaintiffs

The Seventh Amendment preserves the right to a jury trial as it existed in England and the American colonies prior to 1791. Juries usually assessed compensation in pre-independence takings cases in England and the colonies. Does Kevin Brott have a constitutional right to a jury in his inverse condemnation claim against the federal government?

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