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When you record police, prosecutors or judges in Illinois without their consent, it is a class one felony, punishable by 15 years in prison...We were all public, in public," Drew said. "So by the very definition of eavesdropping, I could not imagine
Chris Drew had good reason to keep an eye on the case he's facing trial on the same felony charge of eavesdropping on a public official, which carries up to 15 years in prison. An artist whose '60s upbringing instilled a deep respect for questioning
Cold temperatures kept some Salinas Valley growers up this weekend, but in the end, the frost may have nipped at a few crops, but it didn't bite. Grower Kirk Williams called out helicopters to push warmer air down onto his lemons and avocados at
Nearly 1,000 people took part in angry protests in the US city of Oakland after a ruling against a white policeman who killed an unarmed black man...Not if the police are around Published: 28 January, 2011, 21:42 The US war on cameras continues!
Harmony (3 Million Screaming Girls Can't Be Wrong) by John Fortunato , November 17, 2010 Sometimes the door closes on one career choice when another one opens up for a completely different vocation. Such is the case for Joplin, Missouri native,
September 1, 2010 If the government can record citizens, why can't citizens record the government? That's the question posed by a Chicago artist who faces prison for recording the sound of his own arrest. It's generally legal to videotape an on-duty