Alabama Photography Laws

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  • Ala. Code Sec. 13A-11-30: Definitions. (3) SURVEILLANCE. Secret observation of the activities of another person for the purpose of spying upon and invading the privacy of the person observed.
  • Ala. Code Sec. 13A-11-32: (a) A person commits the crime of criminal surveillance if he intentionally engages in surveillance while trespassing in a private place. (b) Criminal surveillance is a Class B misdemeanor.
  • Ala. Code Sec. 13A-11-32: Divulging Illegally Obtained Information. (a) A person commits the crime of divulging illegally-obtained information if he knowingly or recklessly uses or divulges information obtained through criminal eavesdropping or criminal surveillance. (b) Divulging illegally-obtained information is a Class B misdemeanor.

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