Attorney Tyler Smith presented oral argument on September 9, 2020, to the First Circuit Court of Appeals, defending the constitutional right to travel against Governor Janet T. Mills’ 14-day quarantine order. The appeal was brought by a Maine campground whose business has been harmed by the quarantine, as well as several individuals. The oral argument was covered by the Portland Press Herald, and more information about the lawsuit is available here.
Tyler J. Smith
Tyler has a diverse litigation practice including criminal defense, appellate advocacy, civil litigation, and employment law in state and federal courts. Tyler has over a decade of experience in criminal defense. He is a graduate of NHTSA’s DWI Detection and Field Sobriety Testing training course. This is the exact training that law enforcement officers receive,… Read more »