Worcester man helps take panhandling law to high court
Boston Globe - 01/02/2015
So while the buffer rules offer the kind of tension justices love to weigh in on, they may also hesitate to act without other court decisions.
“On a human level, this case might be less likely to be taken up,” said Martha Davis, a law professor at Northeastern University. “Why not wait until a case comes up where you’re not examining the work of former colleagues?”