House committee votes to study bill that would ban police who lie
The House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee said the proposal could make crime victims’ confidential records public.
The bill’s prime sponsor, Rep. Frank Sapareto, R-Derry, said what he is proposing is simple and does not need more study.
“If you are on that list,” Rowe said, “you are worthless to the police department who can not use (you) in any trial.”
Rep. Steve Vaillancourt, R-Manchester, said the only people affected by the bill would be those who commit perjury and endanger the lives and well-being of innocent people.
The House Criminal Justice and Public Protection Committee can study the issue and draft a report, but the next Legislature does not have to take any action.
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