City will make its case on protest
Briefs shed light on safety, other issues
As Occupy Boston protesters gear up for court hearing that could determine their future in Dewey Square, documents filed by attorneys on both sides shed light on the two primary issues a judge will consider: free speech and safety. Two months after protesters set up camp, the judge will weigh whether to grant protesters a temporary restraining order against the city from evicting them. City officials are looking to retain the right to oust them if they deem a health or safety risk.