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The third and fourth trials of the Street Singers accused of "unreasonably disturbing noise" (MC 9.36.030) for singing the homeless version of "Downtown" in front of the Bookshop Santa Cruz last January were postponed until July at the request of the defense. Defense attorney Ed Frey, representing homeless defendant Robert "Blindbear" Facer and probably representing me was in jury trial and needed more time to prepare the cases.
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