I was standing on a sidewalk on Miracle Mile Thursday night carrying my Canon 5D with a 50 mm f/1.8 lens, a combination that works excellent in low light situations.
The officer was across the street standing on one of those motor scooters that police have nowadays that enable them to walk t
During the last five days, my attorney conducted depositions on two of the five officers who arrested me, allowing them to further contradict themselves as to what actually took place the night of my arrest.
The officers not only contradicted each other in separate depositions, they contradi
An appeals court has ruled against family members of an Oklahoma National Guard member whose open casket was photographed by Harper’s Magazine.
The 2004 funeral of Sgt. Kyle Brinlee at the Pryor High School gymnasium was attended by 1,200 people, including Gov. Brad Henry, who spoke
You are cordially invited to attend the Photography is a First Amendment Right fund raiser Saturday afternoon in Dania Beach.
A portion of the proceeds will go toward my mounting legal fees as I prove my innocence against the five Miami police officers who arrested me after photographing the
North Carolina freelance photojournalist Carter Rabil was arrested April 26th after refusing a police order to move back as he was filming an accident scene involving a fatality.
Now the State Bureau of Investigations is investigating the Smithfield Police Department to determine whether t