Last month, NY police arrested 28-year-old Emily Good for refusing an officer’s order to go into her home. She was later charged with a misdemeanor: obstructing governmental administration.
Good was filming a traffic stop from her own front yard. When the police saw this, they demanded her to stop and go inside. Is this fair? Was she lawfully within her rights to remain on her own yard? Also, is it possible that one of the factors that led to her arresting was that she was known to the police, having been arrested in March with a group of others who tried to block a home from foreclosure?
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