Maryland court officials will reconsider the decision to remove police officers names from Maryland Case Search.
According to WBAL-TV, the names were removed by mistake on Friday causing a firestorm of drama.
“It was an honest mistake, not for any improper motive, but a mistake that never should have occurred, and for which I humbly apologize,” Rules Committee Chairman Alan Wilner wrote in a letter.
An emergency meeting is set for Tuesday at the Court of Appeals to consider the removal of police officers names from Maryland’s online database of criminal cases.
Dre’s @DreJohnson1 #breakfastbite.. Should their names be put back on the online court database?
Yes. Sorry to my police friends but if they did anything wrong or unlawful, why shouldn’t we know about it. I know ppl who use it for dating security. Why shouldn’t they be included? https://t.co/87vc2RwYUW
— PrettyKittyOnYaRadio (@RadioChickBrown) March 6, 2018
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