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Trading Needles

From the January 1992 Print Edition

It was the standard civil disobedience defense: they did it not for themselves, but in response to a condition of grave injustice and medical crisis. And last June 25 the court agreed, finding them not guilty due to what is called “necessity justification” in New York State penal law. . . . . Continue Reading »