U.S. Court of Appeals sides with First Amendment right to video-record police

July 12, 2017

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of journalists and ordinary bystanders video recording police. The three-judges appellate panel ruled in the cases of a Temple University student, Richard Fields and Amanda Geraci, who was a member of a police watchdog group in Philadelphia called Up Against the Law.

Read more at: http://www.poynter.org/2017/u-s-court-of-appeals-sides-with-first-amendment-right-to-video-record-police/466076


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