Gresham V. Peterson Case: Standards for Organized Charities Essay

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Regarding the case of Gresham v. Peterson, should there be a different standard for organized charities as opposed to individual beggars under the ordinance? Make sure you back up your position with a legal and factual basis.

The full decision can be found here:

Gresham v. Peterson, 225 F.3d 899 (7th Cir. 2000). Retrieved from

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School: University of Maryland


Running Head: CRIMINAL LAW

Panhandling Ordinances
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Panhandling ordinances
The panhandling ordinance that became effective in 1999 stipulates various legal sections
regarding the solicitation of funds and other forms of help in public places. According to the
directive, the primary act under review is the time and manner factor of panhandling. This refers
to the solicitation of gratuity from the public through various means. Bot...

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