Interview with Jason Morrison: Ohio Man Arrested for Recording Lights

Jason Morrison was [__arrested for filming traffic lights in Ohio__](http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2015/03/ohio-man-arrested-for-video-recording-traffic-lights/). Yes. Traffic Lights.

Two Ohio State Troopers visited Jason Morrison after someone called 911 to report him filming traffic lights late at night on a Saturday, but they wisely realized that he was doing nothing illegal. Austintown Police officer Adam Hess then decided to arrest him for refusing to provide identification, even though he had no legal reason to do so.

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Jason Morrison was [__arrested for filming traffic lights in Ohio__](http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2015/03/ohio-man-arrested-for-video-recording-traffic-lights/). Yes. Traffic Lights.

Two Ohio State Troopers visited Jason Morrison after someone called 911 to report him filming traffic lights late at night on a Saturday, but they wisely realized that he was doing nothing illegal. Austintown Police officer Adam Hess then decided to arrest him for refusing to provide identification, even though he had no legal reason to do so.

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