Crime victims allege Baltimore police violate 4th Amendment

The Baltimore Police Department routinely violates the constitutional rights of violent crime victims by searching, seizing and retaining their personal property without a warrant or consent, a civil rights group has alleged in a lawsuit filed last week in federal district court. The three plaintiffs named in the suit claim that “after they were assaulted, they ...

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