Many law enforcement agencies don’t follow state lineup, interrogation rules, study says

We got this law passed in 2010 to improve how eyewitness identification procedures are done in Ohio, and to get police departments to record interrogations. During the legislative negotiations, law enforcement asked that the penalties for noncompliance be reduced on the promise that they would voluntarily comply. After seven years, very few police departments are following the law according to a study that the Ohio Innocence Project released. It’s encouraging, however, to see the AG’s quotes in this article that they want to do better…


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