Jeff Pyle Mentioned in Patriot Ledger About Police Keeping Public Arrest Records Secret

May 27, 2015

Massachusetts police now have sweeping discretion to decide which criminal records they will – and will not – release to the public, according to a series of rulings made by Secretary of State William Galvin.

Prince Lobel public records lawyer Jeff Pyle is mentioned explaining that this ruling  means Massachusetts local and State Police can now arrest anyone, not just other police officers, and choose to keep the arrest report from the public.

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