"The Public’s Right to Inspect Police Body Camera Video: Will the Legislature Clarify the Law?," Panelist, Georgia First Amendment Foundation's 2017 Legislative Breakfast, January 2017.
The Georgia First Amendment Foundation’s 2017 Legislative Breakfast on January 26 at CNN drew a crowd of attendees interested in open government issues in Georgia. A panel of public officials, media representatives and First Amendment lawyers dove into hot topics, among them access to police body camera videos, judicial oversight, drones and privacy and citizens’ rights to public records.
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Georgia First Amendment Foundation's 2017 Legislative Breakfast
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