Media and First Amendment partner Jeffrey Pyle was quoted in a recent Boston Globe article on pending legislation that would shield Massachusetts state troopers’ data from public view, potentially frustrating the ability to detect misconduct. Pyle questioned the sagacity of the police supporting this legislation. “You would think the State Police would have learned from the last several months that the public trust is important,” Pyle said, referencing several scandals that have recently plagued the agency. To read more of Pyle’s thoughts, you can access the full article here.
Jeffrey Pyle Quoted on State Trooper Legislation in The Boston Globe
May 25, 2018