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James Coleman, Maryland Court of Appeals

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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?

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Court Officials Reconsider Removing Police Names From Case Search  was originally published on 92q.com

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