Maryland police officers at a funeral service for Police Officer Brennan Rabain in March, 2015

Maryland police officers at a funeral service for Police Officer Brennan Rabain in March, 2015

Amid calls for more details about how a Baltimore man sustained fatal injuries while in police custody, we explore the Maryland Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights and the struggle between process and public disclosure.

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  • David Rocah Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland
  • Ismael Vince Canales President, Maryland Fraternal Order of Police

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