Judge, DA twist tongues against Parker’s right of free movement

CHATTANOOGA, May 6 — An April 7 traffic stop in Chattanooga was upheld under the low “probable cause” standard of evidence and sent to the grand jury for review. A hearing Monday in sessions court is a defeat for welder and family man Gregory Parker, who insists he uses the roads privately and not as a matter of profit and gain. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio Judge Lila Statom dodged the prospect of trying the case herself, instead sending it “upstairs” as an obsequy to the mantra of protecting Mr. Parker’s constitutionally guaranteed rights. She rejects a petition to … Continue reading Judge, DA twist tongues against Parker’s right of free movement