In this photograph from January 2016, the Rev. Floyd Harris Jr., in a red robe, stands next to his attorney, Robert Navarro, after he pleaded not guilty in Fresno County Superior Court to misdemeanor charges of obstructing traffic and participating or sponsoring an anti-police rally in downtown Fresno without a permit. On Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, a judge dismissed the case against Harris after he stayed out of trouble for one year.
In this photograph from January 2016, the Rev. Floyd Harris Jr., in a red robe, stands next to his attorney, Robert Navarro, after he pleaded not guilty in Fresno County Superior Court to misdemeanor charges of obstructing traffic and participating or sponsoring an anti-police rally in downtown Fresno without a permit. On Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, a judge dismissed the case against Harris after he stayed out of trouble for one year. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
In this photograph from January 2016, the Rev. Floyd Harris Jr., in a red robe, stands next to his attorney, Robert Navarro, after he pleaded not guilty in Fresno County Superior Court to misdemeanor charges of obstructing traffic and participating or sponsoring an anti-police rally in downtown Fresno without a permit. On Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, a judge dismissed the case against Harris after he stayed out of trouble for one year. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

Black Lives Matter protester gets a clean slate from judge after he stays out of trouble

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