Law Enforcement and the Media
Reality TV, Media Ride-alongs, and Government Searches
Does the presence of a television crew during a police raid in itself constitute an unreasonable search?
In This Issue
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Legal Implications of the Expansion of a Free PressRead More
Decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of AppealsRead More
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Considers Media Ride-alongsRead More
The Justices Weigh in During Oral ArgumentsRead More
In a Related Case, the Court Ruled Bringing Members of the Media on a Police Raid Violates the Fourth AmendmentRead More
Pro & Con
Does the Fourth Amendment Allow News Reporters to Accompany Police Officers While They Execute Search Warrants?