Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman Confronts Legal Challenges In 2022

Here's a peek at justice delayed for this embattled politico who let a practical joke of a career spiral out of control . . .

Coleman, who represents a portion of Kansas City, Kansas, in the Kansas House of Representatives, was arrested and charged on Oct. 30 with misdemeanor domestic battery. Coleman posted bond on the charge after spending three days in jail.

About a month later on Nov. 28, Coleman was arrested on suspicion of allegedly driving under the influence in Douglas County, Kansas.

Kansas House Speaker Ron Ryckman formed a committee to investigate Coleman’s actions.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

The punchline here is that most Kansas Democrats want him out but GOP loyalists enjoy his suffering as an indictment of the minority party.

Meanwhile, it's obvious the young dude is having a crisis and nobody but State Sen. David Haley has tried to step in and help the dude.

Hearing set in case involving KS Rep. Aaron Coleman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Johnson County Judge set a hearing during court proceedings Wednesday in the domestic battery case against Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman. Judge James Phelan will review a request made by Coleman's attorney regarding an arrest warrant filed by state prosecutors last month.