Jeff Olson Found Not Guilty On All Charges, Dodges Punishment For Anti-Bank Chalk Protest

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Jeff Olson Found Not Guilty On All Charges, Dodges Punishment For Anti-Bank Chalk Protest

Jeff Olson Found Not Guilty On All Charges, Dodges Punishment For Anti-Bank Chalk Protest

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Jeff Olson will not face punishment for writing anti-big bank messages in children’s chalk outside Bank of America branches in San Diego last year, a Superior Court jury decided on Monday.

“I’m really relieved,” Olson said, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. “It’s been an incredibly stressful situation. It feels really good to know that the people of San Diego as represented by the jury are on my side.”

Olson, 40, had faced 13 counts of vandalism for the acts, which together carried a potential penalty of 13 years in jail or $13,000 in fines. Prosecutors had stressed that jail time would be an unlikely outcome in the case.

A judge had ruled that Olson couldn’t use the First Amendment as a defense in the trial, and the national media attention given to the case later led to a gag order on Olson and others involved in the trial.

[HUFFINGTON POST]

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One Response to “Jeff Olson Found Not Guilty On All Charges, Dodges Punishment For Anti-Bank Chalk Protest”

  1. Karen Pooley says:

    The San Diego City Attorney who decided to prosecute should have to pay the citizens of San Diego for the cost of this circus. This was totally outrageous….and totally conducted for their client, Bank of America.

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