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Should laws protect celebs from paparazzi?

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  • Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner testifed before California State Assembly
  • They support a bill that would limit photographers' access to their children
  • Watch 'HLN After Dark' at 10 p.m. on HLN

Some celebrities are outraged by the rudeness of paparazzi who hound them and their families on a daily basis. A-List celeb moms Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner used their star power to fight for a proposed California law that would limit the paparazzi's access to their children.

VOTE: Should laws protect celebs from paparazzi?

But the press is concerned by any laws that limit their first-amendment rights. Some states are pushing to pass laws that protect celebs and curb the access of paparazzi, but should they?

Tonight at 10 p.m. ET on HLN After Dark, our experts present both sides of the story. A veteran paparazzo and co-owner of BuzzFoto, Henry Flores, weighs in on what celebs do to cause trouble for themselves. Plus, Marvet Britto, publicist and president of The Britto Agency, shares her insight into Hollywood and why she thinks tougher laws are needed to protect celebrities who want to live a normal life.

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