Davis appears to have no regrets with her stay in jail, but could return if she continues to refuse issuing licenses to same-sex couples.
(CNN) Kim Davis is a free woman now, but what will she do when she returns to work?
Could she end up behind bars again?
The Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk, who was held in contempt for defying a court order and refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, was released with a caveat she may not be willing to accept.
U.S. District Judge David Bunning released Davis from jail Tuesday — five days after he sent her there — saying he was satisfied that her deputies had fulfilled their obligations in her absence.
But Bunning’s new order says Davis cannot interfere with her deputies issuing marriage licenses to all legally eligible couples.
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