Pleas, come home for Christmas

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The snow came early this year. Just as the 25 days of the Christmas season had begun Kentucky got a blanket of white. More than usual I'm in the Christmas spirit this year. However, too many of us will sit in jail this Christmas. Worse, some will sit in jail even though they will later be found innocent of the charges.

I have followed the original arrest, subsequent hearings, blogs, and further arrests and hearings of Pleas Lucian Kavanaugh. Most recently his bond was revoked and he was ordered to jail until his court date on February 23d. Pleas will spend Christmas in jail for exercising his First Amendment right to voice his case and his concerns over his ongoing police harassment. It's Christmas in jail when they deny your bail.

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Published In: Civil Remedies Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Criminal Law Updates

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