LAS VEGAS, NV — A Nevada judge has ruled that a police union lawsuit over the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s refusal to remove or obscure a video of correction officers violating policy while on duty can go ahead.

“The ball is in their court now,” William Schuller, attorney for the Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers, told Courthouse News on Friday.

The police union claims the newspaper’s publication of the video violates a state law prohibiting the public release of photos of police officers. The city of Henderson joined the lawsuit, but after a judge said the paper did not have to remove or change the videos, the city agreed to pay $20,000 in legal fees to the newspaper.

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