When people fear that the police are about to break the law, they pull out their phones and hit “record.” Doing so promotes police accountability and public discussion of important issues. So, it is great news that yet another federal appellate court has ruled that people have a First Amendment right to record on-duty police.
Source: Victory! Another Court Protects the Right to Record Police
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Police need to be held accountable when needed!