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Andrew Straw
Born(1969-03-19)March 19, 1969 (age 53)
Camp LeJeune, North Carolina
🏳️ NationalityUnited States
🏳️ CitizenshipUnited States
🎓 Alma materIndiana University Bloomington, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
💼 Occupation
Disability Law Reform Awakens the Beast: Court Corruption and Retaliation, Disability Rights, Law
👩 Spouse(s)Ex-spouse is Paola Voci
👶 ChildrenAva Straw,[1] Manu Straw
🏅 AwardsGold Medal, National Science Olympiad (1983); Bausch & Lomb Science Award (1987); Parker Powell Award (1996); National Honor Society (Member, 1986); National Merit Finalist and Scholar (1987); Finalist, Imagine E-Government Award Competition (2001),[2] Varsity Letter in Track and Field, Northridge High School, Middlebury, Indiana, Member of Triple Nine Society
🌐 Websitewww.andrewstraw.com
Signature
Andrew U. D. Straw (signature)

Andrew U. D. Straw (born March 19, 1969) is an American civil rights attorney with disabilities who advocates through litigation and political activism.[3][4] Other American lawyers of this type include Nan Aron, Haben Girma, and Lydia X. Z. Brown.

Camp LeJeune[edit]

He is a Camp Lejeune water contamination victim and his mother died from one of the cancers associated with Camp LeJeune.[5] The Janey Ensminger Act of 2012, Public Law 112-154, 38 U.S.C. 1710, lists a variety of cancers and other conditions presumed to be caused by the water contamination, and breast cancer is on this list. Straw has litigated for compensation and health care, but federal courts and the U.S. Navy denied his and others' claims.[6][7] Public Law 117-168, Sec. 804, became law on August 10, 2022, and is known as the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022.[8][9] This new law reverses the grounds (N.C. Statute of Repose and Feres v. United States doctrine) previously given by the 11th Circuit for denying Straw and many other Camp LeJeune claimants' Federal Tort Claims Act damages for injuries at Camp LeJeune. U.S. Senator Thom Tillis has explained the past legal barriers faced by the Camp LeJeune claimants.[10]

Career and conflict with Indiana Supreme Court & Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals[edit]

Imagine E-Government White House, Harvard, and Council for Excellence in Government badge, circa July 2001
Imagine E-Government White House, Harvard, and Council for Excellence in Government badge, circa July 2001. National Finalist was for top 8 entries in this E-government competition. Straw's entry was for a state/local/national protective order database that was implemented several years later by the Indiana Supreme Court on its website.[11][12]

Straw was the research assistant to Dean Alfred C. Aman Jr. at the Law School from 1996-1997.[13] Straw led a petition drive to protect federal student loans and advocated to limit sales of assault weapons.[14][15][16] Straw served as the Statistical Analyst for the Chief Justice of Indiana, Randall T. Shepard.[17] Straw was hit by a reckless driver on the way to the Indiana Supreme Court to work in February 2001 and the head-on collision broke both of Straw's legs, his pelvis, and his skull.[18][19][20] Straw served as Assistant Dean in charge of the International Programs at Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2003.[16]

From 1998 to 2000, Straw was corporate counsel to Alan Voorhees.[16] While working for Voorhees, Straw was a member of the Virginia State Bar and served on its Technology Task Force. Straw later was a member of the VSB Diversity Conference.

Straw has been a "political advocate"[21] for disability rights as noted by the American Bar Association's Commission on Disability Rights. Straw has advocated for civil rights reforms to courts and other government bodies.[22][23] The Illinois Court of Appeals called Straw, "a public figure who works on disability issues."[24]

Straw's legal work has principally been in the civil rights area.[25]

Photo Straw took of large pile of dirty snow left by a local government in a public sidewalk. Used in federal lawsuit against Streamwood, Illinois. Taken 1/9/2017.
Photo Straw took of large pile of dirty snow left by a local government in a public sidewalk. Used in federal lawsuit against Streamwood, Illinois.  Taken 1/9/2017.

Straw advocated for accessible handicap parking and clearing sidewalks of snow in Cook County, Illinois.[26] Straw asked the Indiana Democratic Party to be more inclusive of people with disabilities in its South Bend headquarters by providing a ramp rather than only steps to enter the building.[22] Straw has advocated for victims of sexual harassment at work, including public offices both in South Bend and Middlebury, Indiana.[27][28][29] As part of that effort, Straw pursued public records requests that took three years, with the Public Access Counselor stating the requests "languished."[30]

Straw made the lawyer disciplinary complaint against Curtis Hill, former Indiana Attorney General, for Hill's "groping" of four women in Indianapolis.[31][32][33] Hill was consequently rejected by the Indiana Republican Party[34] in favor of the new Attorney General, Todd Rokita. Hill defended the Indiana Supreme Court against Straw's lawsuits. Two years later in 2022, Hill attempted to be selected for a congressional opening upon the death of U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski, but was rejected in favor of Rudy Yakym.[35] Former Indiana University Provost Lauren Robel hired Straw to be the assistant dean in charge of the International Programs[16] at the law school for several months in 2003, before Straw left for New Zealand. Robel also made a lawyer disciplinary complaint related to abortion rights against the Indiana Attorney General, Todd Rokita, in 2022.[36][37][38][39][40][41][42] Straw's Disability Party has also taken a position on abortion, a major political topic in Indiana[43] in 2022 after Roe v. Wade was overturned.[44][45]

Straw also complained about Mitch Daniels feather bedding the Purdue presidency while Mitch Daniels was governor of Indiana, and racist statements by Daniels.[46] Both issues were covered in the Indiana media before Straw relied on those reports to make his complaint.[47][48][49] Later in 2022, after Straw's complaint and the media coverage, Daniels announced his retirement from the Purdue presidency.[50]

Straw was the co-founder of Indiana University College Democrats in 1994 and founded Disability Party in 2013.[51] Straw, however, represented Fred Schneider of Overpasses for America, a conservative group.[52] Straw advocated for Overpasses' First Amendment right to display U.S. flags and other signs on public sidewalks that go over highways.[53][54][55] The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit rejected this as a First Amendment right in 2016.[56]

Straw is a Disability Party[57] write-in candidate for Indiana Secretary of State in 2022.[3][58] [59][60] If he is able to gather 2% of the vote, under Indiana election law, Disability Party could have statewide ballot access,[61][62] making it easier for disabled people to run for office without having to choose between Democrat, Republican, or Libertarian.

Straw was the Indiana Delegate to the Green Party of the United States National Convention and voted for Jill Stein.[63] Straw was the male co-convener of the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand's Deep South region in 2004-2005.[64] Straw ran for federal office in Indiana[65] and Illinois.[66] He was removed from the ballot both times.[67][68][69] Andrew Straw's ballot access efforts were noted by Richard Winger of Ballot Access News.[70]

Straw alleged discrimination by the Indiana Supreme Court since his physical and mental disabilities became known to the Court in 2001, while Straw was working there.[71] The Indiana Supreme Court has denied this and pursued a disciplinary complaint against Straw following his ADA complaint in 2014 about that state supreme court.[72] Federal courts have blocked Straw's suits and allowed his suspension with only an in-absentia hearing.[73][74] Straw was suspended without any federal hearing from the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, the Northern District of Illinois, and the Western District of Wisconsin.[75] Straw's Indiana hearing officer was hired by the Seventh Circuit to be a federal bankruptcy judge[76][77] while Straw was suing that hearing officer for ADA violations at a Seventh Circuit panel in 2017.

One of the two remaining panel members after one recused was Judge Richard Posner, and Posner retired less than 2 months after this decision.[78] Straw usually conducts his court efforts pro se. (Pro se legal representation in the United States). “The basic thing is that most judges regard these people as kind of trash not worth the time of a federal judge,” Posner said of pro se litigants.[79] In a conversation with NYT reporter Adam Liptak, Posner told the New York Times that he did not follow law, but rather decided based on a predetermined decision about who should win. Liptak reported:

He called his approach to judging pragmatic. His critics called it lawless. “I pay very little attention to legal rules, statutes, constitutional provisions,” Judge Posner said. “A case is just a dispute. The first thing you do is ask yourself — forget about the law — what is a sensible resolution of this dispute?” The next thing, he said, was to see if a recent Supreme Court precedent or some other legal obstacle stood in the way of ruling in favor of that sensible resolution. “And the answer is that’s actually rarely the case,” he said. “When you have a Supreme Court case or something similar, they’re often extremely easy to get around.”[80]

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, located in Richmond, Virginia, did not sanction Straw at any time from 1999 to 2022 and Straw remains on the Roll of Attorneys.[81] The Virginia State Bar[82] stated there was no reason to sanction Straw under Rule 3.1, the only grounds used by the Indiana Supreme Court. Rule 3.1 is limited to "frivolous" court documents and cases.[83] Straw continues to oppose his 5 Midwest law licenses being suspended.[84][85] The Indiana Supreme Court bans all disabled people from being lawyers whether the disability is physical or mental. Indiana Admission & Discipline Rules, Rule 23, Sections 2(c) & 3(b). Straw is demanding compensation for his Indiana license being suspended for 5 years beyond the original 180-day suspension. In re Straw, 68 N.E.3d 1070 (Ind. 2/14/2017); Straw v. Indiana, 53C01-2110-PL-2081 (Monroe Co. Cir. Ct. #1). The Indiana Court of Appeals has stated[86] that Straw must demonstrate his work was conscripted without pay or that his intangible property was taken for a public use. Straw now claims both in his Monroe County trial court case. The Virginia State Bar stated in rejecting Indiana's suspension that Straw has not violated any Virginia ethical rule for what the Indiana Supreme Court said that he did. The Board found that Straw demonstrated the absence of ethical violations to a level of "clear and convincing evidence."[87][88] Straw has objected to use of the term frivolous in several lawsuits and has commented on this subject to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.[89]

[90]

Personal life[edit]

Straw is the son of Phillip U. D. Straw, a businessman and Vietnam veteran from Elkhart County, Indiana, and computer programmer/analyst Sandra Kay Isaacs Straw (Stevens), also from the same Indiana county.[91] Straw was married to Paola Voci and they have two children. Straw's brother, U.S. Air Force Captain Jason Lee Straw (ret.), is a critical care trauma nurse[92] who worked on a CCATT team in Afghanistan. Jason Straw[93] is an advocate of Marijuana legalization in the United States and is the state chair of Indiana NORML.[94] He ran for sheriff of Hamilton County, Indiana, in 2018 and made marijuana reform a central part of his campaign.[95] Jason Straw is the Disability Party's Medical Adviser.[96]

Straw is seeking asylum in the Philippines, claiming human rights grounds for that status.[97][98][99] He edited two Ph.D. dissertations[100][101] and three manuscripts[102][103][104] on China topics by Professor Paola Voci, Professor Jiefen Li,[105] and Professor Xiaohuan Zhao.[106] The book Straw edited by Professor Zhao received a book review[107] noting the importance of the work to Chinese Studies and an award, the Adele Mellen Prize for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship.[108]

Straw is a member of Triple Nine Society.[109] Straw was elected to the governing committee of TNS in 2008, placing 2nd out of seven candidates for 3 Member at Large positions and received 527 votes.[110]

Publications[edit]

  • Disability Law Reform Awakens the Beast: Court Corruption and Retaliation[111]
  • Triple Nine Society published Straw's article on disability rights and legal work in Vidya, its Journal (Issue 350-351), 2017.[109]
  • Straw has written columns and letters printed in the Otago Daily Times, the Indianapolis Star, the Bloomington, Indiana, Herald-Times, the Elkhart Truth, and the Goshen News, among others. He was a columnist for the Indiana Daily Student and served on its editorial board in 1996-1997. Straw wrote several editorials for the IDS.
  • Straw wrote articles for the Indiana Court Times magazine when he was statistical analyst of the Indiana Supreme Court.
  • Straw was the editor for the Indiana Judicial Service Report[112] and is listed as a staff member in that publication on page iv. Straw also was a staff member for the 2002 Weighted Caseload Study[113] of the Indiana Supreme Court and is acknowledged on page 3.
  • Straw is a columnist for Democracy Chronicles.
  • He is listed at Ballotpedia.org.[3]

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