COLLEGE STUDENT IN GEORGIA CHARGED WITH “DISORDERLY CONDUCT” FOR SHARING GOSPEL IN “FREE SPEECH ZONE
Released: Friday, July 06, 2018
A federal judge in Georgia has dismissed charges against Georgia Gwinnett College who is being sued by a former student who at the time was forced to stop sharing the gospel in a "free speech zone". The judge dismissed the charges against the school because the student had graduated by the time the court hearing took place. VAIB does not support the judge's rationale in dismissing the case, as it appears that the student's First Amendment Rights were violated. Read more here:
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