This new billboard on Oliver Hill Way near the Richmond Justice Center spells out key demands protesters in the city have been pressing for weeks. So far, Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney Colette W. McEachin, who works several blocks west in the John Marshall Courts Building, has resisted the pressure to drop the criminal charges against the more than 300 demonstrators who have been arrested since late May. Mrs. McEachin has promised only that her office would review each case and that those arrested between May 30 and June 1 solely for violating a city curfew order would not face jail time. According to the Virginia Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, an undetermined number of people arrested during demonstrations are being held in jail without bond and might not have their preliminary hearings for another month or two. The billboard is the work of a coalition called DTCRVA, which stands for Drop the Charges RVA.