According to reports, Kentucky prosecutors have dropped the felony charge of intimidating a participant in a legal process. Porsha is still facing two misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct in the second degree and criminal trespassing.
The felony charge carried a possible sentence of 1-5 years in prison.
The decision came down from Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell. He said, "After careful review of the law, I am dismissing the felony charge of Intimidating a Participant in the Legal Process against the protestors arrested on Attorney General Cameron's property on July 14, 2020."
He added, "While we do believe the LMPD had probable cause for the charge, in the interest of justice and the promotion of the free exchange of ideas, we will dismiss that charge for each protestor arrested this past Tuesday."