If police attempt to restrict peaceful pro-life activities, should the activists comply?
It is advisable to comply with police directives, even when one is certain those directives violate pro-lifers’ freedom of expression guaranteed by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. Such violations can be more effectively challenged afterwards in court. Receiving a citation or being arrested adds to the legal difficulty of obtaining justice later.
Brejcha, Thomas, Esq., and Terry Hodges. Law and Order. Pro-Life Action League. Recorded 2006. CD.