Police Officer Aims Gun at Photographer Because He “Doesn’t Know” What a GoPro Is
San Diego Police Officer allegedly violates a photographer’s First Amendment right to film police officers performing official duties in public places and holds him at gunpoint because he “didn’t know” what a GoPro was
The ‘Ansel Adams Act’ Protecting First Amendment Rights| This Is A Big Deal For Us All
Photography has been demonized by the powers at be, and it seems to get worse and worse. The Ansel Adams Act is here to correct course.
The First Amendment: What Photographers Need to Know (And What To Do If You Are Arrested)
The following video discusses a few situations that you may find yourself in with law enforcement and what to do if you find yourself in a scenario where your first amendment rights are violated.
Border Patrol Draws Gun On Boy Scout Following a Photo Incident
A Boy Scout on a 3 week trip with his troop found himself with a gun to his head after an incident at the Canadian border into Alaska
Videographer Arrested For Filming Police Awarded $200k In Settlement
A cameraman wins a settlement from Suffolk County when he was unlawfully arrested while trying to film a police crime scene.
Photographer Forced to Shoot LGBT Weddings, Appeals to Supreme Court
As an entrepreneur do you have the right to refuse service to a customer for any given reason? Have you…
Man Argues That ‘Up-Skirt’ Photos are Protected Under First Amendment
In 2010, Michael Robertson, an Andover man was arrested for allegedly using his cell phone and taking photos up women’s…