California’s Kobe Bryant law bans photos of the dead by first responders | Sport

California will make it illegal for first responders to take unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident or crime, a law inspired by the death of the basketball star Kobe Bryant.

On Monday, the state’s governor, Gavin Newsom, approved the legislation, which will take effect in January. The bill was authored after reports emerged that some Los Angeles county sheriff’s department deputies had snapped photos of the site in Calabasas where Bryant and seven others died in a helicopter crash, and shared the images.

His widow, Vanessa Bryant, sued the sheriff’s department earlier this month, claiming invasion of privacy, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress over the alleged sharing of photos of the site where her husband and daughter, 13, died.

Eight deputies were accused of taking or sharing graphic photos of the scene, said Alex Villanueva, the Los Angeles county sheriff, adding that he

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California’s Kobe Bryant law bans photos of the dead by first responders | Kobe Bryant

California will make it illegal for first responders to take unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident or crime, a law inspired by the death of the basketball star Kobe Bryant.

The state’s governor, Gavin Newsom, approved the legislation on Monday, which will take effect in January. The bill was authored after reports emerged that some Los Angeles county sheriff’s department deputies had snapped photos of the site in Calabasas, where the Bryant and seven others died in a helicopter crash, and shared the images.

His widow, Vanessa Bryant, sued the sheriff’s department earlier this month, claiming invasion of privacy, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress over the alleged sharing of photos of the site where her husband and daughter, 13, died.

Eight deputies were accused of taking or sharing graphic photos of the scene, said Alex Villanueva, the Los Angeles county sheriff, adding that

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Simply Find Dead People Using Government Death Records

Have you ever found yourself searching for someone? Have you tried to find someone that hasn’t been a part of your life for a very long time, perhaps a lost relative, college friend, or trying to trace back your family tree? Unfortunately, if you’re trying to find someone who you haven’t seen for awhile, you should prepare yourself for the possibility that they are no longer alive. What many people find, however, is that they don’t know if the person is alive or not. While entire databases exist to be able to search public death records, not many people know exactly where these are and how they can access them…

There are basically two ways you can search for deceased people. The first one is by using death records. These records are an official recording of a person’s death and can contain some very important information, especially if you are … Read More