There is now a curfew over certain areas in Dallas that begins at 7 p.m. in response to the protests. It was only the second night of the enforced curfew and hundreds were arrested while crossing Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge for violating curfew.\nLast night, Dallas saw its fourth night of protests in a row in the city, which occurred peacefully in the early evening.\nA march headed towards the Frank Crowley Federal Courthouse and dispersed by the time curfew was enforced.\nHowever, after 8:30 p.m, past Dallas' new curfew, a large crowd took to the street of Riverside Avenue and headed their march towards Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, where law enforcement was waiting, according to FOX 4 News.\nAs hundreds gathered on the bridge, local police surrounded the crowd from both sides so they could not turn to escape, and proceeded to push the protestors back "with tear gas and fired some type of projectile," as reported by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.\nProtest of about 100 protesters is moving Northbound on Lamar Street from @DallasPD headquarters. Please find alternative routes if traveling in the area. @ChiefHallDPD @CityOfDallas— Dallas Police Dept (@DallasPD) June 1, 2020\nState troopers and local officers then zip-tied protestors' hands to detain them.\nAfter making the mass arrests, the police did not go through with charging the protestors, which local Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins was in favor of.\nReports from the Dallas Morning News say that Jenkins stated he “fully support[ed] not booking them.”\n.@CityOfDallas curfew starts at 7 pm and is applicable to all county property inside the curfew zone. If you are out past 7 in the curfew zone, you are subject to the city order even if on county property. Please go home and come back tomorrow if you want to protest in the zone🇺🇸— Clay Jenkins (@JudgeClayJ) June 1, 2020\nThe judge has been sharing his thoughts and opinions along with new rulings on his Twitter account since the protests began.\nHe advised protestors to "go home and come back tomorrow if you want to protest in the zone" in order for them to avoid potentially getting arrested.\nI spoke to the peaceful protesters by phone. We agreed they’d peacefully protest for a while tonight. I’m here now maintaining social distancing and wearing a mask along with @ChiefHallDPD @SheriffMBrown14— Clay Jenkins (@JudgeClayJ) June 2, 2020\nThe local official also tweeted that he had "spoken to the peaceful protesters by phone [and] agreed they'd peacefully protest."\nJenkins made an appearance at the scene with local Dallas sheriffs, all the while "social distancing and wearing a mask."