Robert Muise has spent the past 12 years in state and federal courts defending religious liberty, freedom of speech, the traditional family and the sanctity of life. In January of this year, he co-founded the American Freedom Law Center and was one of the first to file a lawsuit challenging the Health and Human Services mandate, on behalf of Priests for Life.
He spoke with Register correspondent Bob Horning.
Why did you go into law?
As a Marine officer commissioned in 1987, I took an oath “to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” My focus then was on foreign enemies. I served as an infantry officer and deployed all...READ MORE