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DEFENDANTS ANISE JENKINS AND KAREN SZULGIT
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D.C. DEMOCRACY RALLY AND TRIAL
NEWS FLASH
 February 29, 2000
D.C. Democracy Trial Verdict - NOT GUILTY
Washington, D.C. -- The trial of Anise Jenkins, of the Stand Up for
Democracy in D.C. Coalition, and Karen Szulgit, of the D.C. Statehood Green
Party, on charges of "Disruption of Congress," concluded today in District
of Columbia Superior Court with the jury handing down a "Not Guilty"
verdict.  The acquittal was announced at 5 pm, after slightly more than an
hour of deliberation.  The defendants faced a maximum penalty of 6 months
in jail and/or a $500 fine if convicted.  They were represented in court by
attorneys Mark Goldstone and Kenneth Page.
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Photos from Friday, January 14, 2000


See March 30, 2001 photos of celebration of the acquittal of the Democracy 7

  Photos copyright Carol Moore 2001.  Photos may be used only with permission.