The Montana Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s decision to release video of a traffic stop involving a state senator who attempted to get out of the traffic violation by saying he was en route to the Montana Legislature.

In the June 13 opinion, Justice Jim Rice concluded that the video should be released because Sen. Jason Ellsworth’s right to privacy was outweighed by the merits of public disclosure.

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