Had he been charged in any other state in America, Kia Stewart would not have been convicted of murder. The jury in his case split 10 to 2, which anywhere else would have resulted in a hung jury and a mistrial.
Leading Liberty Forward In Louisiana
On January 24, 2017, Chelline Carter pulled up to the CVS parking lot where her son had just been placed under arrest by Shannon Brasseux, a police officer with the Lafayette Police Department.
It remains to be seen whether the Supreme Court will be as forceful a “bulwark of a limited Constitution” as the lower courts have been. But one thing is clear: thus far, the federal courts have been willing to do just what Hamilton hoped they would: Stand up to the president in defense of liberty
We’re suing the Webster Parish School District in Louisiana to put an end to its constitutional violations.