Several motions are to be discussed in a Susquehanna County Court hearing involving fracking oppponent Vera Scroggins.

The Brackney woman has been barred from active Cabot Oil and Gas well sites and access roads under a court injunction.

Seven months ago, a judge partially lifted the injunction which was aimed at preventing Scroggins from going near property owned or leased by Cabot. The restriction included Susquehanna County land owned by friends, businesses and medical facilities.

The March ruling meant Scroggins was not allowed to conduct tours on property actually owned by Cabot. She also was directed to remain at least 100 feet away from and active well pad or access roads to drilling sites.

Cabot representatives have said the company sought the restrictions because of safety concerns.

Scroggins says tomorrow's hearing could last for hours because at least six motions are to be heard.

Scroggins told WNBF News Cabot has refused to provide safety information she has been seeking in connection with the case.

Cabot has claimed Scroggins violated the injunction restrictions. Supporters of the activist say they're concerned Scroggins could face fines or jail time.