How do I, request the dash cam video ?
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Much of the dash cam videos are public record. You can do a public records request with the agency that stopped you. The procedure should be on their website and if it is not you can always call and ask them for an explanation.
If you have any issues, it is something that an attorney can help with as they routinely must get videos from many different police agencies.