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Posts Tagged ‘ruling’

Federal Court: Recording cops an unambiguous first amendment right

When Simon Glik recorded Suffolk County police doing something they shouldn't, he was threatened and ultimately arrested by a crackpot cop who boasted, "I've been doing this for thirty years and there's nothing you can hold over my head." The result of his legal troubles? A federal court ruling that videotaping police is an unambiguous and [...]

Michigan Supreme Court rules police have no right to privacy while on duty

Michigan Supreme Court rules police have no right to privacy while on duty

Note: High courts don't make things legal, just clarify what has been legal all along. In this case, it's something everyone has known was legal but police denied as long as possible in order to abuse their position/power. The suit was filed by Gary Brown, now a Detroit City Councilman but formerly a high-ranking police official. He and other [...]