Trial begins for NH man charged with disorderly conduct at Alton selectmen’s meeting

Jeffrey Clay, 58, spoke on four separate occasions during the Feb. 22 selectmen’s meeting during which he was ultimately arrested by then Alton police officer Bill Tolios.

Defense attorney Jared Bedrick told the judge he will move to dismiss the charges following the close of the state’s case and appears poised to argue that Clay’s First Amendment right to free speech was violated. *| More…

| Union Leader

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