Thirty protesters have agreed to plead guilty to trespassing and perform community service for their March arrests during a women's rights rally.
The protesters will serve 25 hours of community service at the nonprofit of their choice under the agreement, according to a lawyer representing 15 of the protesters. In return, the unlawful assembly charges were dropped last month.
A judge still must formerly accept the deal, when it's scheduled to be heard on September 21. The deal also requires everyone to remain on good behavior until that date.
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