BREAKING: Texas Salon Owner Shelley Luther Released From Prison

Source: The Daily Wire - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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99% "Governor Dan Patrick reacted to Luther's situation on Wednesday, announcing he'd pay the $7,000 fine and would volunteer to serve her 7-day jail sentence.""
96% "Luther was sentenced Tuesday to a week in jail and a $7,000 fine for opening her salon in defiance of state orders, The Daily ..."
93% "7 days in jail, no bail and a $7K fine is outrageous, he posted via Twitter.""
90% "Release from JAIL ordered under request for emergency relief while Supreme Court considers Luther's petition, he reported.""
81% "so she can go to work and feed her kids.""
77% "A Dallas salon owner who broke a lockdown order to open her business was released from prison on Thursday.""
71% "and I volunteer to be placed under House Arrest""
68% "But I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids -- is not selfish.""
65% "I have hair stylists that are going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids, she continued.""

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99% : Governor Dan Patrick reacted to Luther's situation on Wednesday, announcing he'd pay the $7,000 fine and would volunteer to serve her 7-day jail sentence.
96% : Luther was sentenced Tuesday to a week in jail and a $7,000 fine for opening her salon in defiance of state orders, The Daily Wire reported.
93% : "7 days in jail, no bail and a $7K fine is outrageous," he posted via Twitter.
90% : "Release from JAIL ordered under request for emergency relief while Supreme Court considers Luther's petition," he reported.
81% : so she can go to work and feed her kids."
77% : A Dallas salon owner who broke a lockdown order to open her business was released from prison on Thursday.
71% : I hope to obtain a writ of habeas corpus very soon. "
71% : and I volunteer to be placed under House Arrest
68% : "But I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids -- is not selfish."
65% : "I have hair stylists that are going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids," she continued. "
62% : The salon owner gained national attention when she gave Dallas Judge Eric Moye a poignant message after he accused her of being "selfish" for opening her salon in defiance of the stay-at-home order. "Judge, I would like to say that I have much respect for this court and laws and that I have never been in this position before
60% : So, sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with your decision, but I am not going to shut the salon.
59% : "I'm concerned that the judicial system in Dallas is more concerned for one perspective on the rule of law than it is the plight of working people trying to make a living," Norred said, as noted by The Daily Wire. "
57% : "As I have made clear through prior pronouncements, jailing Texans for non-compliance with executive orders should always be the last available option.
51% : Compliance with executive orders during this pandemic is important to ensure public safety; however, surely there are less restrictive means to achieving that goal than jailing a Texas mother."
50% : Though the rule of law is cited by the court, there exists no exception for cities to the general rule that an injunction must be supported by a bond.
49% : "Response due by 4 p.m. Monday.
49% : Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) on Wednesday also ripped the actions taken against Luther.
47% : and it's not someplace that I want to be," Luther said.
45% : "No surprise Texans are responding.
45% : I'm covering the $7K fine she had to pay
38% : "Texas Supreme Court orders Shelley Luther, imprisoned for contempt for violating order to close her Dallas salon, RELEASED from prison," posted Austin American-Statesman reporter Chuck Lindell.
34% : Our position is that Ms. Luther has been unlawfully arrested and jailed.
34% : "I join the Attorney General in disagreeing with the excessive action by the Dallas Judge, putting Shelley Luther in jail for seven days," he said in a statement.
25% : Warren Norred, a lawyer representing Luther, said her client was "unlawfully arrested and jailed.
15% : Without an enforceable injunction, no contempt can be found.

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