Guide to the Law of Protests in British Columbia

This paper tells you about your rights when dealing with the police at public demonstrations. It is designed to help you exercise your right to engage in non-violent protests & civil disobedience, and to avoid committing any criminal offense. It is also designed to assist you if you get arrested.

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McGrady & Company
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2015
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manuals & books
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civil disobedience, protests, talking to the police, rights on arrest, demonstrating, demonstration, protesting, holding a protest, is it legal to protest?, arrested or detained