Georgetown Incident Results in New MPD Photography Rules

07/24/2012 01:28 pm ET | Updated Jul 24, 2012
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The DC Metropolitan Police Department has new guidelines that require officers to recognize the rights of citizens to take photos, video and audio recordings of police activity from public space. The guidelines were part of a settlement reached between Jerome Vorus, represented by the ACLU, and the District, bringing to an end his First Amendment lawsuit against the government and law enforcement officers.

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