Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will face a judiciary hearing--for the second in his career--that could end with him disbarred from the state Supreme Court.
Moore is set to appear at a hearing Monday before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary because of his actions and comments following last year's same-sex ruling.
Moore has been accused of encouraging probate judges to ignore the Supreme Court ruling, leading to confusion and delays at the local level for LGBT couples seeking the right to marry.
After he was suspended in May, Moore called the accusations against him politically motivated and referred to one of the complainants, drag queen Ambrosia Starling, as someone who only a few years ago would have been classified as having a mental disease.
Moore opponents, led by Starling, and advocates lined up outside the judicial building in anticipation of the hearing.
\u201cDrag queen Ambrosia Starling at state judicial building to oppose Roy Moore.#alpolitics\u201d