Photography ban outside Arizona state courts

Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel has issued a new order that bans video recording, photography or live broadcasts outside the Arizona Supreme Court in Phoenix and the Court of Appeals in Tucson. Violating that ban could result in a citation. We hear about the new ban from First Amendment attorney Dan Barr, a partner in the law firm Perkins Coie.

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