CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two of the four people arrested during protests following the cancellation of Donald Trump's rally in Chicago appeared in Cook County bond court on Sunday.
A judge set bail at $50,000 for both Sergio Giraldo, 23, and Sohaan Goss, 21. Both posted 10 percent of that amount Sunday afternoon and were released on bond. They are scheduled to be back in court on March 18.
Protesters gathered outside the courthouse in support of the men.
Giraldo, of Chicago, faces two felony counts of aggravated battery against an officer, one felony count of resisting an officer and two misdemeanor counts of resisting an officer.
Goss, of Chicago faces one count of felony aggravated battery against an officer and five misdemeanor counts of resisting an officer.
The two other people charged were Timothy Bradford, 32, of Chicago, and Kathleen Griffin, 45, of Barbeau, Mich.
Bradford, who faces two misdemeanor counts of resisting an officer, will appear in Branch 34 court on the South Side on May 2. Griffin, who is charged with one count of misdemeanor resisting an officer, will appear at Branch 34 on April 14.
4 charged during protests after canceled Trump rally in Chicago