Minnesota top court finds part of disorderly conduct law unconstitutional

[JURIST] The Minnesota Supreme Court [official website] overruled [opinion, PDF] part of a state disorderly conduct statute on Wednesday, saying that it violated the First Amendment because it is “overbroad.” Minnesota Statues 609.72, subd. 1(2) [statute] makes it a crime for a person to disrupt a legally held assembly. The case was brought after defendant […]

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