Hemet church pastors acquitted of misdemeanor crime in DMV confrontation

A Riverside County judge acquitted two preachers of a misdemeanor criminal charge that was filed against them after their religious efforts at the Hemet DMV in 2011 ended in their arrest on suspicion of holding a demonstration on state property without a permit. Read the entire news article here.

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