December 6, 2013
The law was challenged by Efrain Rodriguez and Gilberto
Rodriguez, who were both charged with murder in the 2006 death of a
rival gang member.
Their attorneys say the anti-gang law used to prosecute them is unconstitutionally vague and tramples on the rights to freely associate.
But the court opinion says it does not "infringe upon the First
Amendment right to freedom of association."
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