I think interfering with the personal lives of judges, whether in their homes, the restaurants they eat in, or their children's schools, goes beyond what should be acceptable in a democracy. Such actions, even if constitutionally protected, should be condemned by descent people.




"As to the legality there is a specific statute that criminalizes protest in front of the residences of judges, jurors or witnesses, that are intended to interfere with or obstruct justice."

Love me some Dersh, but he grossly misstated. Section 1507 — prohibits protests outside any judge's residence, “with the intent of influencing” a jurist “in the discharge of his duty".

Nothing about interfering with or obstructing "justice".

As to the constitutionality he questions, TEST IT.

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