A Florida man who was arrested last year for video recording Orlando police making an arrest received a $15,000 settlement this month.

His lawyers, however, might end up making three times that much for working his case.

And the cop who arrested him, seizing his phone as “evidence” as well as seizing another bystanders’s phone remains on the job as if nothing had happened.

The only difference is that Orlando police officer Peter Delio is now expected to follow a new departmental policy requiring officers to respect the rights of citizens to record them in public.

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