Protesters of police shooting tell Hoover council they're resuming protests in city



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First Amendment and right to assembly

Per the U.S. Constitution, one has the right to protest even without a permit pretty much anywhere, anytime, as long as it is done peacefully, without obstructing traffic, and without preventing others from enjoying a public venue (such as a park). Note that one may protest just about anywhere, anytime, as long as one does not obstruct traffic (including on the sidewalk) or prevent others from using public venues.

Lisa Sharlach, Ph.D. 349 days ago

When they interfere with rights of others, they should be arrested.

Blocking access to businesses and roadways? No can do. Limit my movement, also a no go.

D Hat 347 days ago