Charges Dismissed Against Missoula Woman after Abortion Protest
The charges against Hatch were dismissed after Thomas More Society attorneys sent a demand letter to the Senior Deputy City Attorney of Missoula pointing out that the ordinance the charges were based upon is unconstitutional.
Attorney Matt Heffron spoke to KGVO News after the charges against Hatch were dismissed.
Heffron said the Thomas More Society couldn’t get a response from the Missoula City Attorney’s office, so they contacted local attorney Quentin Rhoades.
“We hired a real good attorney there in Missoula named Quentin Rhoades and he tried to get in touch with them. He was also having trouble getting in touch, and then he filed a motion to dismiss, which basically just put our letter into a motion. And after that, apparently it got the attention of someone down there because they voluntarily dismissed the case.”
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