How police are using Marsy’s Law to shield the identities of officers involved in shootings
Ohioans voted in favor of Marsy's Law, which was meant to protect victims of violent crimes by shielding their names from public disclosure and giving them a say during plea negotiations.
But law enforcement across Ohio are using these new rights to withhold the names of officers who use deadly force.
On All Sides, we’ll discuss Marsy’s Law and whether police who fire their weapons should be considered victims of violent crimes.
- George Shillcock, WOSU reporter
- Patrick Higgins, Policy Counsel for ACLU
- Brian Steel, Executive Vice President of Capital City Lodge #9 Fraternal Order of Police
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