Title: US. V. O'Brien
|Date:||April 26, 2014|
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In 1966, in front of a Bostonian courthouse, David O'Brien and four other men gathered in front of a partially angry crowd, and burned their draft cards. Some members of the ground became violent towards the men, and several FBI agents who were part of the crowd ushered them inside of the courthouse, where they were given the Miranda warning* and placed under arrest...
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O'Brien proudly confessed to the crime, producing his charred draft card. In the trials of the district court of Massachusetts, he insisted on representing himself, appealing to the courts that the amendment to the Selective Service act was unconstitutional. His case failed in the district court and as a youth offender, he was given to the attorney general for supervision and treatment...
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