Illinois Governor Quinn signs bill expanding recording of police interrogations

Written By: Reid
Aug 27, 2013
On August 26, 2013 Illinois Governor Quinn signed into law legislation that "expands on legislation passed in 2003 mandating the recording of homicide interrogations. The new requirements will take effect in phases over the next three years, and by June 2016, police will have to record interrogations of people suspected in any of eight violent felonies, including aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated battery with a gun and armed robbery."
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