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Re: Is a public school conjoined to a city park not in session considered a public place where one can film?

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Mark SuszkoRe: Is a public school conjoined to a city park not in session considered a public place where one can film?
by on Nov 15, 2011 at 10:46:22 pm

Well, there's plenty of samples on YouTube of people getting arrested for videotaping the cops at a distance from their own yard or porch or even indoors thru a window. Sometimes, the judge rules in their favor and some times, they even get amodest payday out of the whole episode, when the cops settle or pay a fine for doing wrong. Being right won't stop them arresting you. Being right and gettign arrested and missing the shot you were trying to get, also doesn't put food on your table. It only helps later when you get hauled before the judge to explain yourself, then if the cops didn't follow the law or protocol, and you can prove you did, and that you were within your rights, the case gets tossed and you get vindicated, hooray... But you still have the bruises from the cuffs, the dented camera in the evidence locker, and the nice memories of the holding cell and the expense of getting a lawyer.


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