Portland Police Quashed Tip on Officer-Testimony Protocols

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Police in Portland, Ore., have no policy in place and received no training on their duty to alert prosecutors about an officer's potential credibility problems on the witness stand or the need to turn over information that might be favorable to defense attorneys in a case, a city review found, reports the Oregonian. An internal affairs supervisor who tried to draw attention to the problem . . .

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