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In a recent legal showdown, Attorney Bobbie Ann Cox celebrated her victory over New York Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York Department of Health (DOH) in the high-stakes lawsuit Borrello v. Hochul. This groundbreaking case, which unfolded in the New York State Supreme Court in Cattaraugus County, led to the striking down of Governor Hochul’s “Isolation and Quarantine Procedures,” which were deemed unconstitutional. These procedures had allowed the state to detain or confine individuals without proof of illness and due process, raising significant concerns about civil liberties.

The State Attorney subsequently appealed the decision, setting the stage for Cox to present her oral arguments before an attentive audience of the Appellate Division’s 5-judge panel. Her compelling arguments garnered a standing ovation from those present.

On her website, Cox provided insight into the case, highlighting the oppressive nature of the regulations that granted the Department of Health unchecked power to determine who could be quarantined or isolated without evidence of exposure to an infectious disease. The rules lacked time and age restrictions, allowing for extended periods of confinement and affecting individuals of all ages. Law enforcement could be utilized to enforce these orders, further infringing on personal freedoms.

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During the appeal, Cox emphasized the importance of the Department of Health adhering to New York State law when removing individuals from society on public health grounds. Her arguments centered on the necessity of upholding the rule of law and the role of the New York State legislature in overseeing such matters.

The proceedings received significant attention and support, with Cox receiving standing ovations from the audience, including over 400 supporters who witnessed her passionate defense of constitutional rights. This legal victory is a testament to the importance of upholding individual liberties despite public health challenges.