When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a lawsuit arguing that his arrest after criticizing local politicians during an open-comment session of city council amounted to unconstitutional harassment.
When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a lawsuit arguing that his arrest after criticizing local politicians during an open-comment session of city council amounted to unconstitutional harassment. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a lawsuit arguing that his arrest after criticizing local politicians during an open-comment session of city council amounted to unconstitutional harassment. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

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