West Louisville Urban Coalition and a Call For Justice/Rally of Support for Judge Oluwole (Olu) Stevens (Article)
A coalition of Louisville and West Louisville community organizations have come together in unity and support of Judge Oluwole (Olu) A. Stevens:
- West Louisville Urban Coalition
- Jesus and a Job
- Getting All People (GAP)
- Big Don + MJ Entertainment
- Barber Academy
- Interdenominational Ministerial Coalition
- Black Lawyers Association
- Brothers Helping Brothers
- Man Up
- Chickasaw Foundation
- Manual High School, Black Student Union
- Cole's Place
We urge the residents of West Louisville and all people of the state of good will to express your disapproval Commonwealth's Attorney, Tom Wine, for filing the affidavit that led to the removal of Judge Stevens from two criminal cases.
This decision was executed by Kentucky State Supreme Court Justice John Minton Jr. Please express your disagreement with both calls and letters. The contact information:
Chief Justice John Minton Jr.
2nd Supreme Court District
700 Capitol Avenue Room 235
Frankfort, KY 40601
Warren County Justice Center
1001 Center Street, Suite 305
Bowling Green, KY 42101
Phone: (270) 746-7867
Fax: (270) 746-7870
The Jefferson County Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney is located on the southeast corner of Sixth and Liberty Streets in what was the Old Jefferson County Jail Building in the heart of Downtown Louisville.
Office hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday.
Main phone: (502) 595-2340
Grand Jury: (502) 595-2384
Rocket Docket: (502) 595-4443
Fax: (502) 595-4650
Student Minister Jerald Muhammad interviews author and businessman Freeway Ricky Ross, discusses the community talk around the biofuel plant and takes your calls.
Powerful words and thoughts from Student Minister Jerald Muhammad on the challenges of trust and love and taking people's calls.
Or else what? A multi-point strategy for leveraging justice, and taking your calls!
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