Dec 062012
 
 December 6, 2012  Posted by  Court

Associated Press reports:

 An Occupy Wall Street protester plans to plead guilty in a disorderly conduct case that turned into a clash over law enforcement’s access to postings on social media, his lawyer said Wednesday.

Malcolm Harris intends to enter the plea Friday, admitting to the only charge against him, disorderly conduct, attorney Martin R. Stolar said. He said a judge was expected to sentence Harris to time served, the hours he was held after his October 2011 arrest.

Read more on Washington Post.  And be of good cheer:  Harris will still be able to pursue the legal issues raised in his case after the D.A. subpoenaed so much data from Twitter.

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