This video is from the Bloomberg Law Podcast and features law professor from Pace Law School, Bennet Gershman. He was brought onto the podcast to discuss the extent to which the First Amendment protects Occupy Wall Street Protestors. Freedom of protest is protected as long as the protest is orderly, safe, non-violent and does not disturb the peace of society. However, one of the most controversial questions is what entity determines the difference between orderly and disorderly, safe and unsafe, violent and non-violent? Gershman also gives some incite supporting the Tent City in Zuccotti Park as protected symbolic speech. Check out this video to get a better understanding of the first amendment rights disputes regarding the Occupy Wall Street Movement.