Police arrests religious zealot for bothering high school students


“If you’re causing a disruption, that could be used to kind of silence you,” said Daniel Garza, a criminal defense attorney at Wilbur Smith Attorneys at Law in Fort Myers.

Garza said while Meinecke’s stunt was protected under the first amendment, there are times when it is not.

“You can’t just walk into a school and start yelling things if you’re disrupting the normal process of a school,” Garza said.