The main legal theory behind a class action filed Tuesday against University of California-Berkeley fraternities has its roots in cities’ injunctions against criminal street gangs.

The plaintiffs are attempting to make a case against the fraternities for a host of nuisances they allege the Greeks cause, including public drunkenness, encouragement of underage drinking and harassment of people in the neighborhood.

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