...leading directly to the firing of their executive director, Jerry L. Moore, and then a protracted court battle. The "Old Majority" interests in Jordan were represented by Attorney Jill Clark. Who else?
In the strictest sense, the court battle is not over. But it's kind of over. The only matter being appealed at this point would be the cost of the legal fees and who has to pay. That matter was taken under advisement by the Honorable Judge Charles Porter about a month ago. Porter still has 60 days, approximately, before he must issue a ruling.
At this point, folks involved in the Jordan Area Community Council (as well as folks who were more intensely involved a couple years ago, during the conflict) are wondering if some kind of six-figure judgment will get slapped on the plaintiffs? In another recent court battle--the Dave Bicking, et al v. Donald Bellfield, et al matter--Jill Clark's clients were socked with a judgment for legal fees. So Jordanites are wondering...
Will the same thing happen in the Old versus New Majority lawsuit?