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Moral Monday Protestors Appear In Court Friday
Written by Blake Hodge   
Friday, 11 July 2014 16:20

RALEIGH -- Fourteen Moral Monday protestors appeared in a Raleigh courtroom Friday to deal with their May arrests at the General Assembly. They were charged with second-degree trespassing, a class three misdemeanor that's punishable by up to 20 days in jail. Protestor Reverend C. Anthony Jones said the arrests were not in vain.

The protestors pleaded guilty in exchange for serving 25 hours of community service. The charges will also be wiped from their records.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 July 2014 16:23
 
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