Miami photographer guilty of resisting arrest

Kathleen Cullinan | Newsgathering | Quicklink | June 23, 2008
June 23, 2008

A Miami photographer, jailed last year after he refused to stop taking pictures of police officers who ordered him to put down his camera, has been convicted of resisting arrest.

Conn. reporters charged with criminal trespass

Miranda Fleschert | Newsgathering | Feature | May 27, 2008
May 27, 2008

Although on-the-job arrests of reporters are rare, Metropolitan Transit Authority police took WFSB-TV reporter Leon Collins and cameraman Pat Driscoll away in handcuffs and charged them with criminal trespassing last week after the two attempted to film footage of trains in a New Haven, Conn., train yard.

Collins said he planned to do a live shot for the 11 o’clock news, reporting on an informational meeting in West Haven, where there are plans to build a new train station.

Photographer acquitted of charge of interfering with arrest

Jennifer Koons | Newsgathering | Quicklink | May 15, 2008
May 15, 2008

 A jury acquitted former Galveston County Daily News photographer Nick Adams on Wednesday, more than a year after he was charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly interfering with police by refusing to stop taking pictures of an arrest during the city’s Mardi Gras festivities.

Adams, now with the Appeal-Democrat [Marysville] in Northern California, was arrested in February 2007 after a League City, Texas, police officer told him to stop taking photographs.