Should police get to view bodycam footage immediately?


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 Should police get to view bodycam footage immediately?

In this Oct. 19, 2017, photo, Attorney Lance LoRusso, a former police officer who is now a lawyer and represents officers involved in use-of-force cases, poses for a portrait in his office in Atlanta. LoRusso is among those involved in law enforcement who believe officers should be allowed to view bodycam video footage before writing reports or being interviewed by investigators. (AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane)
By: Associated Press

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