Santa Monica Won't Charge Curfew Violators, Protesters


SANTA MONICA (CNS) - The Santa Monica City Attorney's Office announced today it will not prosecute people who were arrested for curfew violations and failure to disperse during protests against police brutality.

The City Attorney's Office will continue to consider criminal charges in cases involving violence, looting or vandalism, interim City Attorney George Cardona said.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and Los Angeles City Attorney's Office announced earlier Monday they would not be charging people arrested for curfew violations and failure to disperse during protests against police brutality.

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