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Southern Heritage <br>News and Views: COURT TO HEAR HARDWICK CASE DEC. 18

Thursday, December 07, 2006


FLORENCE, SC – Monday, Dec. 18 has been set as the date for Federal Judge Terry L. Wooten to hear arguments here on a motion for a preliminary injunction in the case of Candice Hardwick, a Latta High School student who is suing her school board for the right to wear Confederate-themed clothing to class.

The injunction is sought by the Southern Legal Resource Center of Black Mountain, NC, which is acting for Ms. Hardwick, together with her SLRC local counsel, Lexington attorney Lourie A. Salley III. If granted, the injunction would have the effect of immediately suspending the school’s ban on Confederate items, pending the final verdict in the case. SLRC Chief Trial Counsel Kirk D. Lyons said Tuesday that if Wooten should fail to grant the injunction, the SLRC will decide whether to appeal the denial or to table that issue while proceeding with the discovery process for the main lawsuit.

Ms. Hardwick’s suit was originally filed March 1.


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