Should police have special legal protections?
May 1, 2015
Freddie Gray's death has refocused attention on the law enforcement officers' bill of rights in Maryland and beyond
In Maryland, a police officer can't be formally questioned for 10 days after an incident in which it's suspected he or she abused power. Adam May explores the state's controversial officers' bill of rights, one of the strongest in the nation, and how it's affected the Freddie Gray investigation and other cases including Tawanda Jones' brother, Tyrone West, who died during a traffic stop.