The former Chief Justice is appealing the November 13th decision of the Alabama Court of the Judiciary to remove him for refusing a federal court order to move a Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the Alabama Judicial Building. Moore's appeal will be decided by seven retired judges who were chosen at random to form a stand-in Supreme Court after the elected justices disqualified themselves from hearing the former chief justice's case. Attorney General Bill Pryor, who prosecuted Moore, has 20 days to file a response to Moore's brief. Suzanne Webb, a spokesman for Pryor, said he needs to study the papers before making any comment. While Moore's brief is going to the replacement court for now, his attorneys have filed a motion objecting to the manner in which the replacement justices were chosen.