After the district court Jülich the date on Nov.27th canceled quite spontaneously, it starts on Dec. 18th at 11:15 am a second attempt. The allegations continue to be „Widerstand gegen Vollstreckungsbeamte in besonders schwerem Fall“ (§113 Abs. 2 StGB) (resistance against enforcement officers in particularly severe cases), „Nötigung“ (§240 StGB) (coercion) and for one of the two defendants additionally „Sachbeschädigung“ (damage, §303 StGB). Specifically, it is about a Hambach railway blockade (action statement and press review).
From Düren we will arrive in common by train, which leaves from there only every hour. A group ticket is cheaper for everyone. Meeting point for this is at 09:30 am on track 23 of the Düren central station. If someone wants to arrange a joint arrival from other cities, please announce it in the comments below.
Reservation of seats in the courtroom is best done directly at the district court Jülich:
Tel: +49 2461 681-0
Fax: +49 2461 681-164
Six witnesses, five of them cops, are to be questioned. Five more will follow on a follow-up date. A defendant activist made the following statement on the trial:
When and where:
Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018, 11:15 am
Amtsgericht (District Court) Jülich, 1st floor, room 1.09
Address: Wilhelmstraße 15, 52428 Jülich Open Street Map
The next date is scheduled for Jan. 08 2019.