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Former Lodi attorney defends display of Ten Commandments in Alabama

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Posted: Thursday, December 25, 2003 10:00 pm

A Valley Springs attorney and former Lodi City Council candidate has been busy in Montgomery, Ala., fighting for the right to have a monument showing The Ten Commandments displayed inside the Alabama Supreme Court building.

Brian Chavez-Ochoa, 47, flew to Alabama on Sunday to represent five Alabama residents in a federal lawsuit claiming an ethics panel didn't have the authority to remove Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.

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