More than a year after Breonna Taylor's death, Kentucky's House passes bill limiting no-knock warrants

Posted on AllSides March 31st, 2021
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More than a year after police officers killed Breonna Taylor in a botched forced-entry raid, the Kentucky legislature voted Tuesday to pass a law that would limit the occasions where police can use no-knock warrants.

The bill, which is headed to the governor's desk, would restrict the situations where police can execute a no-knock warrant, and when police do use no-knock warrants, they'd be required to bring a paramedic to the scene and dress in a way that identifies them as law enforcement.

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