if there is anyone out there who has some sort of legal background to answer the question. How bad is this? Is this going to involve christian churchs and what can be said from the pulpit (like that is not already self censored by many clergy), or is this solely pertaining to what can be said in public? What is the definition of public here? workplace? your apartment complex? someone visiting your front yard?
people keep telling me no body is going to say what you can and cannot believe. Yet I see more and more stories like this. This guy is being (from what I can tell) punished by the state for evangelizing. He did not point fingers at anyONE, but he sure stated his opinion about sin. That was enough to offend apparently.
and just your speech being taken as offensive was enough to end up in court.
If there is a lawyer out there I would like his take on the matter.