California appeals court upholds juvenile judge in barring juvenile from gang activities

A California minor lost a round in court in his attempts to challenge a juvenile court judge’s ruling that prohibited him from associating with gang members or possessing gang clothing, tattoos or insignia.

The restrictions were imposed as a condition 0f probation and challenged by the juvenile as vague since he argued that “gang” and “activity” were inadequately defined. -db

From the First Amendment Center, July 9, 2012, by David L. Hudson Jr.

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