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    OCing with audio/video equipment

    I have seen many people on this site refer to recording police encounters while open carrying. My question is, what exactly are the rules regarding audio/video recording police encounters in WV? Is it legal? If so, do I have to notify them? With the way things have been going, I am growing more and more uneasy about OCing without having a reliable witness that cant and wont lie to tell the whole story when being confronted by LEOs. Any input is appreciated. I know this i kind of out of the intended scope of this site, but I kind of figured someone would have some input.

    John D.

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    Last edited by ArmedSociety; 10-02-2013 at 06:42 PM.

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    ty, you know, its almost as if i did not even use the search... which i did... but did not find that thread.... maybe i just fail at searching lol

    ty again

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    I found that reading the law is to confusing sometimes.
    So I go here- http://www.rcfp.org/reporters-record.../west-virginia
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