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Vincent Tucci
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Aggressive DUI Attorney in Southern California at Braden & Tucci - www.caduilaw.com
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California - Videotaping police not a crime

By Tammerlin Drummond Oakland Tribune Columnist - April 15, 2015

Citizens can legally videotape police officers performing their duties in public places -- so long as they do not interfere. Yet some police officers are either ignorant of that fact or have willfully chosen to disregard the law.

People have been arrested in California and across the country for recording law enforcement officers interacting with members of the public. I'm not talking about sensitive undercover work or some crisis situation where having someone standing around recording with a cellphone could pose a danger. But people who happen upon what they think is police misconduct and decide to record it. They could be voyeurs or truly concerned about a fellow citizen's welfare.

In California and Colorado, lawmakers have sought to strengthen protections for citizens who record the police. While in Texas one Republican legislator wants to go in the opposite direction, making it illegal to record within 25 feet of an officer.

On Monday, The Right to Record bill introduced by Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Long Beach, passed the state Senate. SB 411 states that anyone making an audio, video or taking a photograph of a police or peace officer -- in a public place that the individual has a right to be in -- is not breaking the law. The California Public Defenders Association and the American Civil Liberties Union co-sponsored the bill.

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