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Chris Drew-Chicago artist: IL.Eavesdropping Law Unconsitutional-Challenge Peaks!

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

©2012 Nancy Bechtol, APA Photojournalist. Shot on my Android Samsung.cell. Feb 14, 2012, Chris Drew was in court again—for the Class 1 Felony Eavesdropping Charge which State's attorney, Alvarez charged after Chris sold art for a Dollar.This case has been continuing from 2009 to 2012.. He has faced many challenges, and has had the support of dedicated Attorney Josh Kutnick for the Defense, and at the start of it all, Attorney Mark Weinberg, continues supporting the case.
The public attention is intense , and news media local and Social Media! and around the world is LISTENING and Watching== on the bizarre Chicago Class One Felony Eavesdropping case, which evolved from Chris selling art for a Dollar on the streets of Chicago.
C. Drew is currently out on $20,000 bond.
It was an important day. The defense was brilliant and challenged with deep conviction and case studies to support the case.
There was a strong show of support as about 20 supporters came out to bear witness at this desolate location in Chicago.
Supporters stood as Chris was called for the case. A number wearing silkscreened Patches (as the ones Chris sold for a $1 --appropriate) which said "Free Chris Drew"
The Judge Sachs acknowledged us, and we accepted the offer to please sit.
Chris was interviewed by Channel 9 News and the Tribune was there as well for interviews of Chris and his defense attorney.
location: the media.press area, on location 26th and California, Criminal Court Bldg. Chicago, Il.
Judge Sachs will decide in 2 weeks, March 2, on the case, either dismissal, or a jury trial. Come and support Chris and your 1st Amendment rights. approx. 9:30 am room 602, 26th and Cal. Chicago

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