(1) the case will be dismissed on judge-invented (and thus illegal under Article III) doctrine or rule;
(2) sanctions and attorney fees - thousands of dollars - will be imposed upon the civil rights attorney.
Thousands of dollars in sanctions.
Thousands of dollars in attorney fees.
And that is - simply because in pleadings, presumed to be true before discovery started, an attorney raised constitutional arguments.
Lying to court is a crime.
Attorneys get disbarred for that.
But, if attorneys who are lying to court are working for the federal government,
- they are not sanctioned with monetary sanctions;
- they are not ordered to pay attorney fees of the opposing party;
- they are not disbarred