The long-standing symbiotic relationship between the police and the news media is under siege, and the Supreme Court is about to join in the attack.

Last month, a federal judge in New York put a temporary halt to the classic ‘perp walk’ in which criminal suspects are paraded in front of photographers by cooperative police. An unconstitutional invasion of the suspect’s privacy, a district court ruled in Lauro v. New York.

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