Topeka (WIBW) - The Kansas Supreme Court has approved the document a Topeka man accused of practicing law without a license must sign in order to get out of jail.
The Kansas Supreme Court last week ordered David Price to serve at least five days in jail for not showing up to a hearing, but added the jail term should not end until he signs a consent order promising not to practice unauthorized law ever again in the state of Kansas.
The Court gave both the Attorney General's Office and Price the opportunity to file proposed language for the consent order. By Thursday's deadline, the Attorney General submitted what was approved Monday. Price did not submit anything.
By Monday night, Price had not signed the order and remained jailed. However, U.S. District Judge Sam Crow said last week that Price's sentence would be limited to five days while he reviews the case.
Price's wife described her husband as a political prisoner.
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