Hall Pleads Not Guilty in Two Criminal Trespass Cases

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 A man charged in connection with protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline is out of jail after pleading not guilty to criminal trespassing charges.39-year-old Cody Hall was charged in the September 3rd incident that involved a private security team and dogs at a pipeline construction site.

An affidavit says Hall was seen on video trespassing and then talking to a large group of protesters from a dirt mount.
Hall is also charged with trespassing in a September 6th incident.
Bond was set at $150 for Hall and a trial date of December 20th has been set in the case.
National journalist Amy Goodman from Democracy Now has also been charged with misdemeanor criminal trespassing the in case.

Standing Rock Tribal Chairman David Archambault has entered a not guilty plea to a disorderly conduct charge.
Archambault’s attorney entered the plea for him today in Morton County court.
A date has not been set for his next appearance.
 

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