Photographers’ Constitutional Rights Regarding Police

The Constitution provides protections for those who want to document the government through photography; in fact, it is one tool citizens have to hold the government accountable. So if you want to photograph law-enforcement officials, what can you do? What can’t you do? RT’s Perianne Boring takes a look at people’s rights when it comes to photographing or recording police in public places.

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