Wesam, the lawyer, said the majority of those detained were male high school students and college students. He estimated that 20 percent were minors. Some were arrested in or around protests, while others were detained in raids on their homes. Although the vast majority were not charged, a police arrest warrant could affect future opportunities, Wesam said. Some were released on condition of paying a fine or being away from their hometowns or parts of Jerusalem for short periods.