NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – James P. Kenton of Mount Juliet, Tennessee has recently opened a Merchant Circle account to share his unbiased experience standing up for justice amidst false accusations of Home Improvement Fraud back in 2020. Merchant Circle is a popular website that connects small-business owners to their patrons.
Through this account, Kenton has been able to provide accurate disclosure of the circumstances and bring recognition to the cause of contractor rights. With his conviction in furthering his case with social media, Kenton shared, “I am glad I was able to stand up against this injustice against me and mostly I am grateful for my conviction to get the truth out.” The link for the Merchant Circle listing is: https://www.merchantcircle.com/james-kenton-tennessee-mount-juliet-tn#signing
Kenton’s case received significant press coverage on Nashville’s NewsChannel 5 WTVF and WSMV Channel 4. However, Kenton’s full story was not accurately reported in the press, resulting in a one-sided account. Kenton’s criminal case against him was dismissed by the State of Tennessee. After the dismissal, Kenton proceeded to sue the State and its prosecutor, Assistant District Attorney Chadwick Jackson, for the many constitutional violations he experienced over the course of his case.
Despite the State’s attempt to dismiss the case, the lawsuit has survived and has now entered the discovery process. In retaliation, Jackson filed five additional sham felony charges against Kenton, garnering the attention of many advocates. For more information visit www.jameskentonvstennessee.com
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