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Electronic Recordation of Custodial Interrogations

Description

The Electronic Recordation of Custodial Interrogations Act requires that law enforcement electronically record the entirety of a custodial interrogation. The Act leaves it to the individual states to decide where and for what types of crimes this mandate applies, as well as the means by which recording must be done. The Act also includes a number of exceptions that excuse non-recording.

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Enactment Status Map

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Legislative Tracking

2018 Introductions & Enactments
StateBillSponsorStatus
Delaware SB 162 HenryIntroduced
New York AB 3964 LentolIntroduced

 

Drafting History

Origin: Completed by Uniform Law Commissioners in 2010.
Committee/Resources: Electronic Recordation of Custodial Interrogations