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Originally Posted by SIGguy229
It invalidates the IL law, which sets case law for a similar case from any other state. Unless the AG in MD is a fool, he (she) will review the SC ruling and how it applies to MD law on the same matter.
Originally Posted by Hopyard
So yes, it basically invalidates any state law prohibiting videoing LEOs in performance of their duties.
Definitive working of the Bill of Rights and government of the people, and cops on this forum have no problem with it.
I'm proud to be American. Stay safe, out there, thin blue line. You are part of the rubber that meets the road that makes this country great.
Good subject, back in the late 80's while active duty, during our Navy Security Police Academy, we were taught this same thing, to always assume someone is watching and maybe taping also, it worked for me, and my fellow officers. We did get the typical complaints from some witnesses to our routine situations, such as our handling of a punchy drunk, and our senior leaders would look into it. 99% of the time, we never heard any feedback. Thankfully Youtube and cell phones with record functions didn't exist in those days. We did it as right as right is !
I know it goes both ways, keeps us on our toes to do the best with what we are dealing with and also to protect us in the long run.
Just wait until the world changes over to camera's on our firearms, like some of the military is using today. I have mixed feelings about that, talk about micro management.