As you can read here, I have looked at Selma ordinances and have found some that I have questions as to their validity or enforcement. I continue here.
Sec. 7-1. Illegal burial.
No person shall bury or cause to be buried any dead body in any place within the town other than in a public cemetery owned by the town or a public cemetery owned by private persons duly licensed and operated as provided in this chapter.
Sec. 7-19. Hours of Memorial Gardens.
The Selma Memorial Gardens shall open at 8:00 a.m. and close at sunset. It shall be unlawful to be within the cemetery grounds at any other hours without written consent of the town, and trespassers will be prosecuted.
I hope that the illegal burial "dead body" refers to human bodies. If someone wants to bury their dead pet cat or parakeet in their back yard, who cares? It is their back yard.
I realize that the purpose of the cemetary hours is to prevent loitering, odd rituals, grave robbing, and vandalism. However, if I want to visit grandma's grave after hours, why should that be a crime? If a grieving husband wants to sit by the grave of his departed wife until the wee hours of the morning, why restrain him? That is just insensitive and contrary to common sense freedom.