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November 3, 2011 6:51 AM

Occupy Sacramento protesters plan to flood courts with trials

Pretty soon, the movement is going to earn itself a new name: Occupy Sacramento Courtrooms. Dozens of protesters taken into custody at Cesar Chavez Plaza for late-night demonstrations against national income disparities and other issues are working their way into the criminal justice system, and most if not all of them are expected to demand jury trials instead of paying fines and going home, according to Occupy Sacramento activists.

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