Shelby County, AL v. Holder: US Attorney General’s response to motion to intervene

Court Level
District Court

Attorney General’s consolidated response to Motions to Intervene. The Attorney General does not oppose permissive intervention under Rule 24(b)(1). Because there is no statute that confers a right to intervene, and because there is no indication that the Attorney General will not adequately represent the interests of movant-intervenors in this litigation, the conditions are not met for intervention as of right under Rules 24(a)(1) or 24(a)(2).