Tuesday, August 30

First Amendment Right to Openly Record Police Officers in Public

It is of no significance that the present case, unlike Iacobucci and many of those cited above, involves a private individual, and not a reporter, gathering information about public officials. The First Amendment right to gather news is, as the Court has often noted, not one that inures solely to the benefit of the news media; rather, the public’s right of access to information is coextensive with that of the press.

First Amendment Right to Openly Record Police Officers in Public

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