Police and sheriff’s offices across North Carolina are increasingly equipping their officers with body-worn cameras to capture their interactions with the public.

In 2016, the North Carolina legislature dramatically changed the law governing who can see these videos and when. If you appear in a police video, you have certain rights to see what’s on the recording. Even if you aren’t in the video, you may be able to get access to the recording. It will require going to court and asking a judge for permission.

Our firm can assist you if you are seeking access to a police video – whether it is from a body-worn camera, a dash camera or a surveillance camera – anywhere in North Carolina.

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