Before gay marriage foes filed their first brief to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to restore Proposition 8, both parties agreed to open up the matter to amicus curiae briefs.

Who would have the first say? A guy named Robert Wooten, who wastes no time in making things personal, at least for Northern District Chief Judge Vaughn Walker, who in August delivered the landmark ruling calling Prop 8 unconstitutional.

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