4 Alerts From the VIDEOTAPING Tag


Changing Your Perspective: NMA E-Newsletter #361

In football, it pays to scout the competition. The same holds true when it comes to fighting tickets. With that in mind, we’d like to review some interesting articles we found on policeone.com, which is a news and information site targeted toward police officers. The site is definitely worth a look because the content reflects […]

NMA E-Newsletter #270: Dash Cams—A Double-Edged Sword

We talk a lot here about how evolving technology can work for you or against you. A perfect example is the use of cell phones to record police activity during traffic stops. Even though you may be within your rights to record police, they may not see it that way, which can lead to no […]

NMA E-Newsletter #172: Guidelines for Videotaping Traffic Stops

As mobile technology becomes ubiquitous, more and more NMA members ask us about recording traffic stops. We’re typically cautious in our response, since the fallout for engaging in what is (or should be) a basic right, can still be quite severe. I…

NMA Email Newsletter: Issue #77

YouTube Video vs. Wiretap Laws Anthony Graber, a Maryland Air National Guard staff sergeant, was stopped for exceeding the speed limit on I-95 outside of Baltimore by 15 mph. Graber was on his Honda motorcycle and, typical for most of his highway …