Updated: Aug 15
On Jan 7, 2021 it was the coldest day of the year. Landlord Vance Renwick of the Hotel Carlyle had tore the door off the frame and shut off the heat, water and electricity in Brenda Lynn Morrison's room. The room is adjacent to the Hotel and has it's own separate entrance,
Legal-Eagles had filed a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order earlier in the week. Judge Joshua Roberts ordered a hearing over zoom on the courts website for all parties to attend.
Of course, Landlord Vance Renwick must have felt that did not apply to him. The judge took testimony from Brenda Morrison and David Lusick, CEO and Founder of Legal-Eagles.org. At the conclusion of the hearing Judge Roberts made his findings.
He ordered Vance Renwick to turn back on all vital necessities and replace the door. He then ordered Mr. Renwick to pay $10,000 to Brenda Lynn Morrision. During the illegal lockout, Brenda's son Antonio, who was confined to a hospital bed perished a day after the utilities were shut off.
Legal-Eagles will continue to update and blog about this case. We will continue to fight for the poor man and woman's rights.