The law makes it a misdemeanor to "disturb the order and solemnity of the worship." It specifically prohibits profanity and "rude or indecent behavior," as well as intimidation of people entering a house of worship. Those found guilty of violating the law could face up to six months in jail and a $500 fine. The lawsuit maintains that the law's language is too vague and infringes on free-speech rights. SNAP and Voice of the Faithful have previously led protests outside churches over sexual-abuse allegations. In 2008, a federal judge struck down the Missouri law that attempted to ban picketing at funerals.