The attorney who represents Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning that his client has no regrets about standing up for her religious beliefs.

Mat Staver said that Davis is very content despite having been jailed for four days, telling him "all is well" during their meeting.

"She is content where she is. She has no regrets. And one thing she will not do is she will not violate her conscience," Staver stated.

"Frankly, Kim is someone like Martin Luther King, Jr. in the sense that he was willing to pay the consequences for his decision and his conscience," Staver said. "And, in that respect, Kim is also in that long line of individuals who are willing to pay the consequence for a conscious decision regarding their conscience and their religious decisions."

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" interview above.