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RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Law Enforcement; Obstruction of Government Operations; Privacy in the Second Degree; One-party Consent; Electronic Communications; Video Recording; Audio Recording
Establishes exceptions to the offense of obstructing government operations and the offense of violation of privacy in the second degree for a person making a video or audio recording of a law enforcement officer while the officer is in a public place or the person is making the recording while in a location that the person has the right to be; provided that the person is not physically interfering with the officer's duties. Establishes one-party consent exception for a person who intercepts a wire, oral, or electronic communication that involves a law enforcement officer when the person is not a party to the communication; provided the person is in a location that the person has the right to be or the law enforcement officer is in a public place and the person is not physically interfering with the officer's duties.
ESPERO, RUDERMAN, Baker, Nishihara
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|Referred to JDL/PSM.
|Passed First Reading.
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H = House |
D = Data Systems |
$ = Appropriation measure |
ConAm = Constitutional Amendment
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