A federal decide dominated Monday that Americans have a right to secretly document their public officers, together with police, while they are engaged in their authorities obligations. U.S. District Chief Judge Patti B. Saris stated a Massachusetts regulation banning mystery recordings violates the First Amendment with regards to government employees, rejecting the state’s claims that […]
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