A video of their blankets being removed and folded by officers attracted heavy attention on social media. Mayor Michael Hancock then ordered police not เสื้อผ้าวัยกลางคน to confiscate blankets and sleeping bags as they enforced the camping ban throughout the winter. The three were not interested in making plea agreement deals with prosecutors. During jury selection Tuesday, city attorney Rebekah Watada pressed jurors on whether they could impartially enforce the law passed in 2012 if prosecutors prove the defendants violated it, regardless of whether the jurors support it or not. Several who said they could not or questioned whether anyone should be prosecuted for violating the law were excused. A 27-year-old man who works in marijuana sales said he would "bear a sense of guilt" if he convicted the three, but added that could do so and was seated on the jury. Defense lawyer Jason Flores-Williams quoted from the Woody Guthrie song "This Land is Your Land" in his opening statement and urged jurors to consider a "higher law" in deciding their verdicts. "The defendants are here because they believe this law is immoral and hurts people," he told the judge before the jury was brought in to hear the case. Another city attorney, Brad Whitfield, told jurors that police accompanied by a human services outreach worker gave Russell and Burton multiple warnings during the day not to try to camp and urged them to go to a shelter. เสื้อผ้าผู้ใหญ่ออกงาน That night, they and Howard plus others set up camp outside city hall.
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