[1/29/2024, WASHINGTON D.C.] – The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement and Defense has filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in the case of “Trump v. Anderson.” The organization, known for its advocacy and representation of sportsmen, hunters, law enforcement within the political process, has expressed its support for the Petitioner in this significant legal matter.

The Amicus Brief, authored by the League, addresses key issues central to the “Trump v. Anderson” case and articulates the organization’s stance on the matter. The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement, and Defense firmly believes in the importance of this case and its potential impact on the broader legal landscape and will set a precedent for all forthcoming elections in this country. 

James J. Fotis, President of the League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement, and Defense, expressed the organization’s commitment to ensuring that justice is served in this case. “Our amicus brief is a reflection of our dedication to the principles of upholding this country’s Constitution, our election process, and the rule of law. We believe that our perspective adds a valuable dimension to the ongoing legal discourse surrounding ‘Trump v. Anderson,’ and we trust that our input will be given due consideration by the Supreme Court of the United States of America,” said Fotis.

About the League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement, and Defense: “The League” is a composite of what America is fighting for under the current administration. A fight to hold our Constitutional Republic together. The League represents sportsmen, hunters, law enforcement, and others who in the past have been the mainstay of our society. The League stands for the defense of our Constitutional Rights within our political process and will continue to fight for the rights of our citizens. For more information about the League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement, and Defense, please visit

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