A protester held a sign in support of Samuel A. Girod at the U.S. courthouse in Lexington last year. Girod of Bath County was convicted of obstruction of justice and selling herbal health products not adequately labeled, as required by federal law. The U.S. Sixth District Court Appeals recently refused to overturn his six-year sentence.
A protester held a sign in support of Samuel A. Girod at the U.S. courthouse in Lexington last year. Girod of Bath County was convicted of obstruction of justice and selling herbal health products not adequately labeled, as required by federal law. The U.S. Sixth District Court Appeals recently refused to overturn his six-year sentence. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
A protester held a sign in support of Samuel A. Girod at the U.S. courthouse in Lexington last year. Girod of Bath County was convicted of obstruction of justice and selling herbal health products not adequately labeled, as required by federal law. The U.S. Sixth District Court Appeals recently refused to overturn his six-year sentence. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Getting smart on crime means using common sense

May 25, 2018 12:54 PM