Update: the Supreme Court is considering the Ninth Circuit's decision in United States v. Alvarez, relating to the Stolen Valor Act. My earlier posts on this case are here and here. Mr. Alvarez just filed his Brief which can be downloaded (Respondent's Brief)
The Question Presented is:
Section 704(B) of Title 18, United States Code, makes it a crime when anyone “falsely represents himself or herself, *** verbally or in writing, to have been awarded any decoaration or medal authorized by Congress for the Armed Forces of the United States.” The Question Presented is Whether 18 U.S.C. 704(B) is facially invalid under the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.
The other briefs in the case (courtesy of the ABA):
Brief of the United States: here.
Brief for the American Legion in Support of Petitioner:
Brief for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation in Support of Petitioner:
Brief for the Legion of Valor of the United States and the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation in Support of Petitioner:
Brief for Professors Eugene Volokh and James Weinstein in Support of Petitioner
Brief for Texas, Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, and Michigan in Support of Petitioner
Brief for Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States; Amvets; Disabled American Veterans; Jewish War Veterans of the United States; Military Order of the World Wars; Vietnam Veterans of America; Military Officers Association of America; Non-Commissioned Officers Association; National Association for Uniformed Services; Association of the United States Army; Association of the United States Navy; Air Force Association; Marine Corps League; Air Force Women Officers Associated; Reserve Officers Association; Army Reserve Association; Fleet Reserve Association; National Guard Association of the United States; Military Order of the Purple Heart; Distinguished Flying Cross Society; Special Forces Association; U.S. Army Ranger Association, Inc.; Flag and General Officers’ Network; West Point Association of Graduates; and Association of Graduates, U.S. Air Force Academy in Support of Petitioner
Intellectual Property Brief of the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Support of Neither Party