Hundreds of protesters gathered for the eighth straight day to demonstrate against police brutality in Elizabeth City on Wednesday, defying an 8 p.m. curfew set Tuesday by officials.

Iran Press/America: Wednesday’s protests started just hours after a judge ruled in Pasquotank County Superior Court that body camera footage from the fatal deputy-involved shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. last week would not be publicly released yet.

However, Brown’s immediate family will be allowed to view all footage from multiple body cameras within 10 days, which a family attorney called a “partial victory.”

Brown was shot April 21 as deputies from Pasquotank County attempted to serve a search warrant at a resident on Perry Street. Brown was shot while in his car.

Several hundred people took to the streets demonstrating and shut down some intersections.

Protest organizer Kirk Rivers said they didn’t want to be “predictable.”

More than 100 protesters also continued on to shut down the bridge to Camden County once more, something that’s been done frequently during protests.