A current court case in Kansas, Hamdeh v. Hamdeh, before the Eighteenth Judicial District Court for the County of Sedgwick, illustrates why American Laws for American Courts legislation, is needed to protect the constitutional rights of Americans, especially women and children, who face the threat of foreign law being applied to deny their fundamental constitutional rights.

Like most states, Kansas law currently lacks any explicit prohibition of enforcing foreign law, through a conflict of laws or choice of law analysis, when such application would violate fundamental American constitutional rights.

A PDF of the Briefings for Hamdeh v. Hamdeh is available for download:





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