From the Post & Courier
Two of the 10 Occupy Charleston protesters arrested in late November on trespassing charges plan to take their cases to trial.
At a hearing in Charleston municipal court Monday, Ramon Caraballo and Justin Honea chose to move forward with their cases. Seven other protesters chose to defer their cases, meaning the charges go away if they avoid any legal trouble for six months from the time of their arrests.
The 10th protester in the case, Tyreece Washington, was granted a continuance.
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