Sequim residents have hearings set for tickets from Olympic National Park shutdown
There are 1 comment on the Peninsula Daily News story from Jan 9, 2014, titled Sequim residents have hearings set for tickets from Olympic National Park shutdown. In it, Peninsula Daily News reports that:
Sequim hiker Leanne Potts will argue for the dismissal of a $125 trespassing ticket she received for visiting Olympic National Park while it was closed by October's federal government shutdown after pleading not guilty in federal court Wednesday.
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#1 Jan 12, 2014
More power to you Leeanne.
Our government should have more important things to do then fine us for trespassing on our own property.
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