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  • PASADENA - Bassett resident Rose Gudiel was arrested today by Pasadena Police along with her 63-year-old mother Rosa and six others for unlawful assembly at Fannie Mae regional headquarters near the intersection of Los Robles Avenue and Walnut Street. The arrests came after about 70 protesters took over the lobby for about 90 minutes, when Pasadena Police declared the assembly unlawful.

  • A meeting of three or more individuals to commit a crime or carry out a lawful or unlawful purpose in a manner likely to imperil ...

  • ... the ordinance impaired the freedom of assembly of nongang members in violation of the First ...) (striking down statute that made it unlawful "for any person to loiter or prowl upon the ...

  • Jordan Romeo and several of her friends marched to the state Capitol on Saturday afternoon, joining hundreds who participated in a women's rights protest against controversial legislation passed by the General Assembly. On Saturday night, the Roanoke woman was one of 30 marchers released from the Richmond City Jail after being booked on charges of trespassing and unlawful assembly for refusing to leave the Capitol steps.

  • LOS ANGELES (AP) - Rowdy revelers are surrounding cars trying to leave Staples Center following the Los Angeles Lakers win over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the NBA finals. And random fights and bonfires are breaking out near the arena. Television news footage showed several people jumping on a taxi Thursday night as it attempted to leave the area after the game. Someone opened a rear door of the vehicle, while others rocked it back and forth. The taxi eventually made its way through the crowd and away from the arena.

  • There are five continuing issues that rise up from our recent encounters with crowd control: officer/agency attitude, unlawful assembly response, arrest provisions, use of force, and mass arrest protocols. [...] if the demonstration turns into a riot endangering the public or mass destructive vandalism occurs; our tactics will change to protect the general public and personal property.

  • arrests made - Roderick Moore, 21, Dubuque -- arrested on charges of interference with official acts with injury, disorderly conduct, unlawful assembly and failure to disperse. - Frederick Moore, 21, Dubuque -- arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, interference with injury, unlawful assembly and failure to disperse. - Gerry Chambers, 33, Davenport, Iowa -- arrested on charges of interference, public intoxication, unlawful assembly and failure to disperse. He also was arrested on warrant from Scott County, Iowa. - Jessica Raymond, 19, Dubuque -- arrested on charges of interference, unlawful assembly and failure to disperse. - Sharonda Alexander, 24, Dubuque -- arrested on charges of interference, public intoxication, unlawful assembly and failure to disperse. - Eugenia Lynn Dav...

  • Well, that didn't take long. Early in October, staffers from the Smithsonian Museum of American History went through the Occupy Wall Street encampment in New York's Zucotti Park collecting hand-made posters and other material to build up a record of the embryonic movement in case the protesters end up in the history books - and not just in jail for unlawful assembly and messing up public spaces. As the Occupy protest widened to other cities, so did the museum's search. But museum officials declined to go into detail about what was being collected and from where.

  • VICTORVILLE -- Sheriff's deputies from several High Desert stations responded to a rally at the Mall of Victor Valley on Wednesday. About 80 people participated in a response to Saturday's acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida.Law enforcement officers said they made 17 arrests, eight of them were juveniles. Many of the arrests were for unlawful assembly.

  • NEW YORK, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New evidence in a federal lawsuit shows the U.S. Census Bureau ignored a pointed, detailed warning by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that its screening process for hiring more than one million temporary census workers could result in massive racial and ethnic discrimination. A coalition of civil rights organizations today filed an Amended Complaint in a class action lawsuit against the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Census Bureau's parent agency, citing the EEOC's warning along with other newly uncovered evidence in a case which seeks compensation for more than 100,000 minorities who were not selected for census work because of unprosecuted arrests and old, minor, and irrelevant convictions for of...

    ..., the federal government clearly acted unlawfully under the Civil Rights Act.". In addition, the ...

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