An LGBT rights group has erected a billboard calling for the dismissal of suspended Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.

The billboard off I-85 in Montgomery captions a black and white photo of Moore in a black judge's robe holding a gavel with “#NoMoore: Dismiss Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.”

The Alabama chapter of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is behind the billboard.

Moore is accused of violating judicial ethics related to his opposition to marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples. Moore ordered probate judges to not issue marriage licenses to gay couples in defiance of federal courts. His lawyers argue that Moore was merely offering advice.

At a hearing on Monday, the Alabama Court of the Judiciary will hear arguments on a request to convict Moore without a trial, which would result in Moore's immediate removal from the bench. Moore's trial begins September 28, if it goes to trial.

(Related: Roy Moore lawsuit against ethics commission dismissed.)