Appeals court upholds use of San Diego's streetlight cameras in murder conviction
January 31, 20244 min read769 words
Published: January 31, 2024  |  4 min read769 words
In a decision that bolsters the police use of streetlight cameras as investigative tools, a state appellate court upheld a San Diego murder conviction in a case solved by using the footage, finding that the defendant did not have an expectation of privacy when he moved about on a...
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What seems like a straightforward report on a court ruling actually turns out to be a surprisingly deep dive into surveillance techniques, police investigations, and citizen rights. This is well written; it does a lot in a short amount of space. The topic is highly relevant even though it's local news. And there are a lot of sources and diverse voices from the 'pro' and 'con' sides of the argument. Great stuff.
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