Arizona Student ‘Convicted’ In Handing Out Constitutions Appeals

  • Arizona State University (ASU) student Tim Tizon was convicted in October of criminal trespassing in the third degree for handing out copies of the U.S. Constitution on the school’s campus. University Lakes Justice of the Peace Tyler Kissell, a progressive, conducted the trial. The Liberty Justice Center is now representing Tizon with an appeal, which was filed on Thursday.
  • Marc Victor, a longtime criminal defense attorney in Arizona and owner of the Attorneys for Freedom law firm, told The Arizona Sun Times, “Mr. Tizon’s criminal conviction for simply handing out Constitutions in a public forum on a university campus is yet further evidence of our country’s departure from the very principles that made it great in the first place. We’re in the midst of a character and values crisis that we must reverse. Hopefully, the appellate court will remedy this injustice.”
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