New York Police Start Videotaping Interrogations, a Policy Change Backed by New York Civil Rights Violation Attorney

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To protect police against charges of police misconduct and possible lawsuits handled by New York civil rights violation attorneys and to protect criminal suspects from coerced confessions or police harassment in the interrogation room, officers are now able to videotape interrogations. Under the new guidelines, the police department can choose to use a camera in open view or a hidden camera. New York civil rights violation attorneys and government officials expect that the number of claims of police misconduct will be lowered as a result of this new measure. New York civil rights violation attorneys, including David Perecman and the expert New York civil rights violation attorneys at The Perecman Firm, support this new civil rights protecting initiative.

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