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|First Trial for Political Songs on Pacific Ave.|
|Date||Tuesday April 06|
|Time||1:30 PM - 2:30 PM|
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701 Ocean St. Dept. 10 in the basement of the County Building
|Event Type||Court Date|
See http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2010/03/27/18643083.php .
Michele is a completely innocent woman was was falsely or mistakenly accused of being part of a group of people singing political songs on Pacific Avenue in front of the Bookshop Santa Cruz on January 6th in a protest against the increasing homeless death rate and the anti-homeless laws. She was not even present when the singing took place.
This trial was rescheduled when the court convicted Michele in error, having given her a date a month later. This time she'll be present in court with her attorney Ed Frey and her witnesses. Whether the complaining party, Sean Riley and the city attorney--who showed up at the Becky Johnson hearing on March 26 will appear--is unclear.
Though Ed Frey is the proper contact for Michele as her attorney, Robert Norse wrote this story and can be reached as well at 423-4833.