After peacefully protesting in support of marriage equality last year, nine individuals were arrested. The have dubbed themselves the 'Equality 9' and are fighting to have the charges against them dropped.
One year after the day that same-sex couples were supposed to be married again in California following Judge Vaughn Walker's ruling that Prop. 8 is unconstitutional, the Equality 9 will be heading to court Friday for protesting the county clerk's refusal to perform gay marriages.
Nine individuals who stood up for marriage equality last August, only to be arrested by 50 riot clad sherriff's deputies, will have their day in court today, asking that charges against them be dropped.