Lawsuit: Brothers Unlawfully Arrested For Exercising 1st Amendment Rights

By CBS Baltimore
2018.02.14. 21:37

A federal lawsuit was filed Wednesday that alleges two brothers were unlawfully arrested for exercising their First Amendment rights in Annapolis....

CBS Baltimore - Lawsuit: Brothers Unlawfully Arrested For Exercising 1st Amendment Rights
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