CHICAGO (WLS) -- A judge upheld charges against a Chicago activist accused of hitting a police officer and trying to take his gun Wednesday morning.
Chicago activist Ja'mal Green, 20, faces five felony charges after the incident during a protest against police shootings last month.
His attorney said Green will plead not guilty.
A judge has since lifted Green's curfew after Green posted bond. Green is no longer being electronically monitored and is allowed to post on social media.
Ja'mal Green to plead not guilty on 5 felony charges
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