Albert Snyder v. Fred Phelps, Sr.
AMICUS CURIAE/INTERVENOR BRIEF filed by Appellee Albert SnyderJeffrey I. Shulman, Amicus in electronic and paper format. Type of Brief: Amicus Curiae. Method of Filing Paper Copies: mail. Date Paper Copies Mailed, Dispatched, or Delivered to Court: 07/30/2008.  [08-1026] (JIS)
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT
APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL FORM
08-1026 No. _____________________
THE CLERK WILL ENTER MY APPEARANCE AS COUNSEL ON BEHALF OF:
Al __ t Snyder __ber_____________________________________________________________as the
(party name) appellant(s) appellee(s) petitioner(s) respondent(s) amicus curiae intervenor(s)
s/ Jeffrey I. _______ _________Shulman ______________________ (signature)
If you have not been admitted to practice before the Fourth Circuit, you must complete and return an application for admission with this form. If you were admitted to practice under a different name than you are using now, you must include your former name when completing this form so that we can locate you on the attorney roll.
Jef r ___ Shulman ___f_ey I. ___________________________
202- ___9 ___ ____662-_000 ____
Name (printed or typed)
Firm Name (if applicable)
600 New Jersey Ave., NW __________________________________
W _____ on___ _____ __ashingt__, DC_20001 ________________
E-mail address (print or type)
I am not participating in this case. Appellate counsel is:
Margie I. Phelps __________________________________________________________
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