As protestors in the Occupy movement have been arrested or relocated by force across the nation, the anti-Wall Street crowd in downtown Los Angeles has remained relatively peaceful. Occupy LA's attorney, Carol Sobel, a solo practitioner in Santa Monica, Calif., who is co-chairwoman of the National Lawyers Guild's mass defense committee, said it's no accident that Los Angeles hasn't gone the way of the rest of the country.
Occupy LA's lawyer says peaceful relations with LAPD are no accident
The National Law Journal
November 23, 2011
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