CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - If you are reading this, you are fully aware of the Caught Misbehaving franchise on Arizona's Family.
You are also aware of the host Stanley Roberts who looks for people brazenly defying laws and common courtesy. You've watched his segments where he tries to talk to people caught misbehaving to get their side of the story. Because, as you know, there are always two to every story.
When Roberts tries to interview people, the conversation can go three ways. Some people are very nice and friendly and will hold a conversation. Other people will flat out decline any chance for an interview and others will be just plain mean.
Journalists have the right to record in public just like you have the right to record in public. You also have the right to decline an interview and the right to remain silent. You also have the right to free speech but remember, if you're mean, you could end up on a future edition of Caught Misbehaving.
So in short, if you get caught misbehaving, be nice to Roberts, or he'll put you on TV.