In a stunning reversal of a lower court decision Thursday, the US Supreme Court sided with religious l
The case, Sause v. Bauer, centers on Mary Anne Sause, a devout Catholic who was playing her radio
Sause says the cops harassed her and threatened to take her to jail when she asked why she would
According to The Christian Post, when the retired nurse asked the officers for permission to pray
Sause later sued the officers, but their command was upheld by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
NBC reports that the courts sided with the officers, ruling that although “the conduct of the officers
The lower court went on to say that the officers did not violate her First Amendment rights despite
But Sause took the appellate court’s decision to a higher authority, a move that ultimately led to
Kelly Shackelford, president and CEO of First Liberty, which represented Sause in the case, had
According to Ms. Sause, her prayers worked because she had a divine intervention to fight for
“I am thankful that God provided me attorneys from First Liberty and Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher,
Meanwhile, it’s come to light that Sause’s legal team was once led by James Ho, a possible pick
Before taking the bench as a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, then attorney
Judge Ho was mentioned by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as a possible pick to replace Kennedy.