occupy michigan & protest support and hotlines – 844-292-1318 Maine legal aid

Occupy Flint group to hold demonstration downtown Friday; call for change to government, financial system

The National Lawyers Guild
National Lawyers Guild chapters are working hard to provide legal support for Occupy protests nationwide.

For emergency legal needs call your local hotline.

New York City: (212) 679-6018
Los Angeles: (323) 696-2299
Washington, DC: (202) 957 2445
Chicago: (773) 309-1198
San Francisco: (415) 285-1011
New Orleans: (504) 875-0019
Baltimore: (410) 205-2850
Minnesota: (612) 656-9108
Michigan: (313) 963-0843
Portland: (503) 902-5340
Boston: (617) 227-7335
Philadelphia, Delaware, Harrisburg, Allentown, Bethlehem: (267) 702-4654
Idaho: (208) 991-4324

The Maine chapter can be reached by email, nlgmaine@earthlink.net, the Seattle chapter through geoduck@nlgseattle.org.

Arrested Liberty Square protesters should consult our New York City chapter’s fact sheet for an idea of what to expect at a first court appearance.

Note: This fact sheet is not a substitute for legal advice.
The Guild has been conducting mass defense for over half a century. The Occupy movement is spreading across the country and our membership is striving to keep pace. Please consider supporting these efforts by making a donation. To make a tax-deductible donation, make checks payable to NLG Foundation (please write “National Office” in the memo line) and mail to National Lawyers Guild Foundation, 132 Nassau Street, #922, New York, NY 10038.
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11 thoughts on “occupy michigan & protest support and hotlines – 844-292-1318 Maine legal aid”

  1. @mconn2112

    cont…The fiat money system created back in 1913 between the govt. and the banking families was a way to make certain people a lot of money (banking families). That plan was a short term gold mine and a long term disaster. The dollar has deflated 98% since we got on the fiat currency. Not a very good track record, wouldn't you say? Ending the Fed would makes things better for us and get us off this path of economic destruction.

  2. @AmericanMade72

    No man, I'm not a communist. I am an anarchist as defined by the political ideology, with some libertarian leanings.

    Look you were respectful to me so I always like to reciprocate. Being against the banks isn't communism bro. I don't know you so I won't assume I know what you know, but the banks are privately funded organizations. They have no govt. affiliation. In fact, they charge the govt. interest on money printed, which the govt. then tacks on more interest to us…cont.

  3. Good morning. LOL. I have mixed feelings about the occupy movement. I'm all for ending the corporate take over of our government. But i am not a fan of socialism. It needs to move more center to be speaking for the 99% Because the 1% has divided this country so much that there is no direction to the movement. Good people take action. All the rest will deserve what they get. End the FED, Burn down the Straw-man!!!

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