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New York State’s 50-a Repeal Changes Nothing Immediately

Brendan J. OReilly on Aug 14, 2020
The New York State Legislature’s repeal in June of “section 50-a,” a part of the Civil Rights Law that permitted police agencies to refuse to release police misconduct records, was... more

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