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Posts Tagged ‘ Karin Immergut ’

Zook Trial Day 2: Kids Are The 99% Too!

April 19, 2012
Jonathan Zook tells his story of the events surrounding his arrest.  Photo by Kendall.

By Kendall If you’re wondering what it’s like to watch the cops rush your father, rough him up and haul him off to jail in the middle of what you imagined to be a peaceable exercise of your First Amendment rights, Jonathan Zook’s 11-year-old son can give you one answer. Zook, a middle school teacher...
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First Occupy Portland-Related Trial Presents A Unique Challenge For The State

April 18, 2012
Photo by Paul.

By Adam Rothstein At 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17, Jonathan Zook sat down in the courtroom of Judge Karin Immergut, to witness the selection of a jury of his peers–the first jury for an Occupy-related court case in Portland. Zook is charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct in the second degree, interfering with...
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