Are Stay-Away Orders Against Occupy Oakland Protesters Constitutional?

In an attempt to punish and deter Occupy Oakland protesters, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has employed the use of stay-away orders on at least fourteen protesters after the January 28 move-in marches and the subsequent mass arrest of 408 protesters, including journalists. But those stay-away orders are now being challenged in the courts on the grounds that they violate the constitutional rights of protesters, particularly those who have not yet been convicted of any crimes.

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