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This summer, the state of Arizona passed a law that will prohibit the ability of the public and press to video record police officers in certain situations. Alexa L. Gervasi, the Executive Director for the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, will join this program to argue that this law is a prior restraint on free speech that does not pass judicial review under strict scrutiny. Larry H. James, the Managing Partner of Crabbe Brown & James LLP, will offer his perspective in defense of the new law. In addition to the constitutional implications of this restriction on recording, our speakers will explore what this regulation could mean for the future of policing.
Alexa L. Gervasi, Executive Director, Georgetown Center for the Constitution
Larry H. James, Managing Partner, Crabbe Brown & James LLP
Moderator: Stephen Klein, Partner, Barr & Klein PLLC
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