For Fayette County Sheriff’s Lt. Francis Cavender it was a March 20 residency check on his grandson by the Fayette County School System that he would not agree to.
Cavender’s refusal to allow the school system representative entrance into his home led to a complaint by Fayette County School System Pupil Personnel Services Director Barbara Serapion that as a member of law enforcement he should be punished.
But Cavender was not punished by his employer. Instead, he was exonerated for standing his ground and not relinquishing his constitutional rights. Read More»