North Carolina’s Property Protection Act violates 1st Amendment

North Carolina’s 5-year-old Property Protection Act, the first state law to use civil action rather than criminal law, to discourage undercover animal welfare investigations, contains unconstitutional elements. Chief Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, of the U.S. District Court for North Carolina’s Middle District, has found as unconstitutional, the state’s Property Protection Act that was passed by… Continue Reading

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