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The woman who coordinated the protest in New Jersey against the state’s stay at home order is facing criminal charges. The protesters gathered demanding that the state reopen
As many protesters gathered at the state house in Trenton exercising their first amendment right to freedom of speech, the woman who helped coordinate the rally is now facing criminal charges.
The organizer of the protest, Kim Pagan of Toms River NJ, was issued a criminal summons after the protest on Friday for violating the state’s stay at home order.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal put out a tweet on Friday about the stay at home order. Apparently he has forgotten that Americans still have their Constitutional Rights during a pandemic
“If you think emergency orders are more like guidelines than actual rules, think again,”
– Attorney General Grewal
Pagan will have to appear in the municipal court. Violations of emergency orders carry a sentence of up to six months in jail and a $1000 fine
New Jersey is one of many states where people have gathered to protest stay at home orders. Over the past week protesters have gathered in Michigan, California, Minnesota, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia.
Many Americans are frustrated with governors putting emergency orders in place that prevent them from being able to work and go about their day to day lives.
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