Carissa Allen - Fresh Take Florida
The Florida Supreme Court is wrestling in Tallahassee over questions about whether Marsy's Law and protecting the rights of crime victims can be used to keep anonymous the identities of police officers who kill a suspect in the line of duty.
Police and their supporters say officers involved in fatal shootings may face imminent threat of harm. The court will decide whether their identities should be protected under the state’s Marsy’s Law.
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