Transcript for Kentucky Clerk Headed to Court Over Same-Sex Marriage Licenses
were done by the manning episode and the snowdenhe should have known this was completely inappropriate and might be illegal. You got a tough summer. In morning and could be held in contempt of court. ABC's Alex Perez has been following that story from Ashland, Kentucky. Good morning, Alex. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Amy. That hearing will take place in the courthouse behind me in a few hours. The clerk so far adamant she will not back down. This morning, a judge expected to rule on a motion by the aclu requesting to find Kim Davis be held in contempt of court for denying gay couples marriage licenses. It's not an issue as religious freedom. As an elected official she has an obligation to follow the law. Reporter: On Wednesday Davis again denying marriage licenses turning down Robby Blanken ship and his partner of 20 year, Jesse KRUZ. I'm not discriminating because I am not issuing licenses to anybody. Reporter: This when she refused David and David ermold. They started this in June. Under whose authority are you not issuing licenses? Under god's authority. Reporter: In this small Kentucky town Davis has some loyal supporters. I believe she is right. She's following god's law. Reporter: Her attorney says Davis who's come under fire for her own multiple marriages will not back down and is ready for the judge's decision. Kim Davis is prepared for consequences because the other consequences she would not want to risk and that is being unfaithful to god. Reporter: And it's unclear just how long this hearing will last but Davis herself could be called to testify to explain her actions before the judge. Amy. And everyone will be listening. Alex Perez, thanks so much for that.
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