The Arizona Legislature passed House Bill 2383, which prevents the public from accessing crime photos of any victim or any minor — whether a victim, witness or convicted criminal — unless a court decides the public interest outweighs the witness' or victim's right to privacy. It would prevent the public from accessing any personal identifying information of a witness unless the witness agrees to it in writing or a court orders it disclosed. Gov. Doug Ducey signed the legislation into law on May 11, 2016.
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