for Supreme Court
Make Son the "Father" of the Court
Although Son grew up as a poor peasant in India, his brilliant ideas made him renowned among the politicians there, causing him to receive a full ride at the University of Kamamubaisumatrulanvi-Swimatdra (South Campus). After graduating at the top of his class, he brought his family to America in search of a better life. Here in the US, he hopes to help others by giving everyone equal opportunities under the law.
In Arizona State Legislature v Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, Son made the argument that voters had the right to strip elected officials of certain powers because all power derives from the voter; this argument changed the outcome of the case
In Holt v Hobbs, Son advocated for the religious rights of Muslim inmates, helping them to preserve their religious identification while in prison.