The Supreme Court rejected North Carolina’s appeal in a dispute with animal rights groups over a law aimed at preventing undercover investigations at farms.
Press freedom advocates sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland calling for “greater transparency” from the DOJ regarding its raid of journalist Tim Burke’s home.
A Fulton County judge has ordered restrictions on sharing information about the identity of jurors in former President Donald Trump’s upcoming election interference trial in Georgia.
Republican state lawmakers in North Carolina are attempting to exempt themselves from public records laws meant to safeguard transparency with a budget provision allowing them to keep any legislative document private — even after they leave office.
There's no hesitancy among free press and media legal scholars who are asked whether the law is constitutional. There's consensus: It's not. They base their views on numerous rulings of federal appeals courts on the issue.
The court referenced First Amendment principles and the previous six U.S. appeals courts' decisions as relevant precedents to decide in favor of a self-identified journalist YouTube blogger, Abade Irizarry.
Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey signed into law a bill that would make it illegal to photograph or record a police officer in public from a distance of eight feet without the officer’s permission.
The Florida Supreme Court will decide an issue that has broad consequences for holding law enforcement officers accountable.