Md. Senate panel debates no-knock warrant limits

A Senate panel debated legislation Friday to permit no-knock warrants only if requested by the local police chief, or sheriff, and state’s attorney before submission for a judge’s signature. The Judicial Proceedings Committee is expected to vote Monday to approve the measure, which stops short of ending the use of the warrants as the bill's sponsor ...

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