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.