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We place our trust in law enforcement officers to uphold the law. However, we are seeing more instances of unethical behavior by police officers. Recently we have seen the senseless shooting of an Australian woman by Minneapolis police. But a video has surfaced of Baltimore police officers planting evidence at a potential drug crime scene. Although some may dismiss them as isolated incidents, It is the second time the city’s police officers have been caught on camera planting evidence. While the majority of police officers conduct themselves in a professional manner, just one bad cop can place the reputation of an entire department in jeopardy. They not only place the public in danger, they are also responsible for innocent people going to jail.

The Importance of Body Cameras

The use of body cameras have changed the way police officers conduct their jobs. When used correctly, they can be a tremendous assistance when it comes to identifying and apprehending criminal suspects. They can also capture police officers failing the follow proper procedures. In stome cases, blatantly violate the law. The shooting death of Justine Damond has prompted the Minneapolis Police Department to make changes increasing the use of body cameras.

Body cameras also protect innocent people from getting charged with crimes. Back in November 2016, a Baltimore cop was caught on camera of planting evidence at a crime scene after voicing his frustration of not finding anything. The officer did not realize his body camera was turned on. The story made national headlines and led to the dismissal of the case against the suspect.

Protecting the Rights of Criminal Suspects

One of the challenges of Salt Lake City criminal defense attorney is making sure clients are treated fairly during the legal process. Unfortunately, not all police officers use ethical behavior when it comes to arresting and processing a suspect for a crime. Whether it is a drug crime, violent crime or sex crime, just one accusation of a criminal act can be extremely damaging to a person’s reputation. The planting of evidence or the use of excessive force are serious violations of law enforcement conduct and can never be tolerated.

A Salt Lake City Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help

Whether a person has been charged with a crime for the first time or has a long rap sheet, each suspect is entitled to fair treatment under due process of the law. An experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney can not only protect the rights of clients, they can also help educate and prepare the client during the legal process. Over the years, the legal team at Matern & White, PLLC has utilized an aggressive and comprehensive approach to protect the rights of each client and to always look after their best interests. It is part of the firm’s commitment of placing clients in the best position to succeed. If you or someone you know has been arrested due to the planting of evidence or unethical behavior by a police officer, contact their Salt Lake City law office today and schedule a free initial consultation.

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