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Appellate court finds Facebook identification of defendant did not violate rights

The state’s intermediate appellate court found that a robbery victim’s identification of her assailants through a “be on the lookout” flyer mistakenly posted on the Baltimore Police Department’s social media did not violate the defendant’s due process rights. In an opinion published last week, the Court of Special Appeals found that the victim’s identification of appellant ...

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