Recording of Interrogations in Maryland (2008)

A law enforcement unit that regularly utilizes one or more interrogation rooms capable of creating audiovisual recordings of custodial interrogations shall make reasonable efforts to create an audiovisual recording of a custodial interrogation of a criminal suspect in connection with a case involving murder, rape, sexual offense in the first degree or sexual offense in the second degree, whenever possible. Effective: 2008.

Read the 2008 statute.

 

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