Yeah, that's pretty much the Reed rides. You can check his blog as well as Steve A's who is pretty actively following the cases. (There were several tickets issued). I've met Reed, he's a nice enough guy. I think his tickets are as much about his desire to advance cyclist rights as they are about his own cycling behavior. In other words, I think he could have paid some lip service to the police after a stop or two and wouldn't have been bothered further. But he insisted on riding where he felt it was his right and was kind of stubborn about it. I can kind of see his point in doing so. I won't say he was wrong in what he did, but let's just say my style is a little more "go with the flow." That said, I hope his appeals come out favorably for him.
There is quite a bit of activity on Reed's blog lately, including some transcripts of his most recent trial (which he lost).