By , Mount Vernon News
August 19, 2010, 11:29 am

MOUNT VERNON — The first of a 10-part lecture series on the U.S. Constitution was opened by series organizer Phillip Lehmkuhl on Wednesday evening at the Mount Vernon Memorial Theater.

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2 Responses to “Part One: Creating a perfect union”

  1. my2centsworth

    I dont know him, but one thing I do know…….. He puts his pants on “one leg at a time”, like everybody else.

  2. John Q. Public

    Mr. Lehmkuhl is very well versed on the Constitution and a very excellent Attorney. This I know from personal experience, since he beat me in court. He is considered an attorney’s attorney, and very well respected by his pears and court employees. He is one of the few attorney’s in Mt. Vernon that is certified to argue before the 6th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals, which is quite a accomplishment. I respect Mr. Lehmkuhl because he took the time and energy to stand-up for our Constitution, which…in today’s times, is not a popular issue as far as the Federal Government is concerned.