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§ 947.01, Disorderly Conduct – Interference with Right to Protest in Public Place

Ralph Ovadal v. City of Madison, 416 F.3d 351 (7th Cir 2005)

Issue/Holding: Use of disorderly conduct to Overdal’s peaceful protest (displaying large signs on Beltline pedestrian overpass) was not unconstitutionally vague as applied to him; however, remand required to determine whether the ban was content neutral and narrowly tailored.

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