Source: Kentucky.com -- Fayette County
Article note: Good. And it's bipartisan, which is also good, let's see if we can not get identity-wedged out of this.
No-Knocks should be limited to situations where issuing institution has weighed the goal they are trying to accomplish against everyone involved - police, suspects, bystanders - dying in the process, and still thought it was a good idea. Situations where that is a reasonable conclusion exist, but they are rare.
No-knock search warrants like the one involved in the police shooting death last March of Breonna Taylor in Louisville would be curtailed under legislation filed Monday in the Kentucky General … Click to Continue »