LOS ANGELES (AP) — A photographer convicted of speeding to get a picture of Justin Bieber has encountered a setback in his case. A California appellate court has upheld the constitutionality of a 2010 law that raises the penalty for those who drive dangerously to get photos for commercial gain. The law was used for the first time to prosecute Paul Raef, who was accused of engaging in a high-speed chase with Bieber in 2012. A lower court ruled the law was unconstitutional, but the appellate ruling means the case against Raef will be reinstated.
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