Bid to Relax Ban on Display of Contraband Has Few Friends
The Supreme Court's ban on displays of seized contraband before the media, which at least one prosecutor says hinders the fight against opioid abuse, is under challenge. But several criminal lawyers say the restriction should remain in place, calling the press conference staple "self-aggrandizing."
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