Video: Your rights when recording the actions of police officers

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DENVER -- While things calmed down in Ferguson, Missouri where several nights of violent protests took place after police shot and killed an unarmed teenager, there were widespread reports of police stopping news crews and witnesses from recording the violence in the streets earlier in the week.

So, just what are the rights of citizens and journalists when it comes to recording the actions of police officers?

Boris Sanchez asked some residents if they knew, and then he talked to a legal expert who provides the answers you need. The information is in his video report above.