Mich. law requires police to video record interviews
It takes away the guesswork for the jury and for the prosecution if all interviews are recorded
By Jameson Cook
MICHIGAN – A new state law requires police agencies to video and audio record statements of those arrested for major crimes, although many of them already do.
The law requires the recording for police departments armed with the proper equipment as outlined by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards.
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