Third Circuit affirms the constitutional right to record police officers.
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July 8, 20173 min read, 643 words

Third Circuit affirms the constitutional right to record police officers.Third Circuit affirms the constitutional right to record police officers.

Mark Joseph Stern
 in slate.com
Published: July 8, 2017  |  3 min read, 643 words
On Friday, a panel of judges for the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that the First Amendment protects individuals’ right to film police officers performing their official duties. The 3rd Circuit now joins the 1st, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th Circuits in concluding that the Constit...
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July 10, 2017
This is a very important story as police violence is being proven to be a somewhat regular occurrence and the only way of proving such violence or enacting change is with video evidence. It has become common for police officers to block people that are filming or even to slap their phones out of their hands. In today's world, it'd be unrealistic to expect not to be filmed when dealing with police matters.
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