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General Assembly holds hearing on whether crime scene documents should be released to the public

The rules would cover photos, 911 recordings and

The rules would cover photos, 911 recordings and witness statements. (March 10, 2014 6:14 PM)

The General Assembly's Judiciary Committee held a hearing Monday on whether murder investigation photos, recordings and other documents should be released to the public. 

Last year, lawmakers passed the law prohibiting the release of photos of the children murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School. They are now considering a proposal that would allow any individual to view the documents...

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