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Will Seventh Circuit Find Citizen Right to Record Police?

This week, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in ACLU v. Alvarez challenging the Illinois Eavesdropping Act, which bans audio recording police officers in public places. The Illinois ban is one of the strictest in the country....
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