People v. Conrad
California Court of Appeal
56 Cal.App.4th 896, 64 Cal.Rptr.2d 248 (1997)
A Planned Parenthood clinic obtained an injunction prohibiting Solano Citizens for Life and their members, including Norman Reece, from picketing in front of the clinic. Cheryl Conrad and others (defendants) not named in the injunction picketed in front of the clinic. The defendants knew of the injunction but were not members of Solano Citizens for Life and did not know any of its members or any of those named in the injunction. At one point during a protest, one of the defendants did motion Reece away from the protest as Reece was driving by. The defendants were charged with contempt for violating the injunction. The trial court found them guilty. The defendants appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Walker, J.)
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