Caselaw doe v phillips sex offender. The appeals court ruled prospectively, however, that a First Amendment right to record the police does exist, subject only to reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions.
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With significant constraints.
But the plaintiff arrestee had not shown that the township ordinance under which he was arrested, prohibiting public intoxication, was unambiguously invalid under New Jersey law.
The woman reacted by cursing and "speaking loudly.
The arrestee did, however, establish a possible claim for First Amendment retaliation by several of the agents, who may have acted against him on the basis of his opinion about the Iraq war.
Believing the vehicle's occupants were in need of assistance, the troopers approached the car.
A federal appeals court ruled that the officers had at least arguable probable cause to arrest the motorist for obscuring her license plate and trying to elude an officer.