On August 11, 2022 The DUI Guy+ – otherwise known as Attorney Larry Foreman out of Louisville, KY, interviewed Katherine Henry regarding her Allegan County “Trespass” case and the outcome.

Note: Some of the language used in this video may be offensive to some viewers. Original stream can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=of3YqOp_Spk Subscribe to The DUI Guy+ here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDUIGuy Connect With the DUI Guy: Website: https://www.FormanAndAssociatesLaw.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDUIGuyPlusTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheDUIGuyPlusLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/FormanLarry Wording from original stream: “Today I am going to interview Katherine Henry regarding her unlawful arrest on Election Day 2020 and the “Constitutional catastrophe” the case turned into. This is the link to her original arrest: https://youtu.be/oF1J4ztXpQI Katherine authored a constitutional amendment petition (Restore Freedom Initiative) and had set volunteers up to collect signatures on election day at various polling locations. She gave volunteers the necessary laws and information for collecting signatures at a polling place on Election Day. At the Leighton Township precinct in Allegan County, Michigan, she had volunteers being threatened with arrest. The clerk claimed that a township resolution gave her that authority. Sheriff Deputy Langlois was on scene with the circulators and ended up speaking to Katherine on the phone but there was confusion. As the lead attorney for the campaign, she offered to drive down there (30+ mins from her home) to discuss the law with him and he agreed. Deputy Langlois wasn’t there when she got there, but arrived shortly after and wasn’t really interested in discussing the law with her. That’s where we see the video begin. She was handcuffed and thrown into the car, but released later, after having a conversation with Sheriff Baker (Sheriff for Allegan County) on one of the deputy’s cell phones and because of the many stream viewers that were calling in. She was given a civil infraction ticket charging her with Michigan’s trespass code – MCL 750.552 that the deputy Langlois changed to a criminal citation before turning in. The case was dismissed with prejudice only after it became more clear to the judge that Katherine was not physically parked on the parking lot, but in the grass.” #Allegan #Trespass #Case #AlleganCounty #Sheriff #Prosecutor #Judge #Court #Constitution #Government #1A #Property #ElectionDay #UnlawfulArrest #ProtectedRights #Dismissed #TheDUIGuy+ #DUIGuy [Posted by Lori DeVries]