It takes 15 officers to defend Maryland’s LEOBR…

No surprise that lawmaker advocates would feel it advisable to bring in a parade of 15 officers to talk up the merits of the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights. It’s a hard law to defend! But if each of the 15 can succeed in generating maybe a little doubt about whether it’s as bad as it looks, maybe it can be kept going to entrench misbehaving cops for another few decades. [Ed Krayewski, Reason; Kevin Rector, Baltimore Sun on ACLU of Maryland criticism; earlier on law here, at Overlawyered, and at Cato]

More coverage: Ovetta Wiggins, Washington Post; Michael Dresser, Baltimore Sun; WBAL; Scott Greenfield.

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