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KENTUCKY TAKES ACTION ON ‘NO-KNOCK’ WARRANTS: KY Gov. Andy Beshear is expected to sign a bill that sets restrictions on ‘no-knock’ warrants. The reform was passed by the Kentucky legislature on March 30, 2021, just over a year after the death of Breonna Taylor. Police shot Taylor in her own home after they had entered under a no-knock warrant. S.B. 4 would restrict the use of no-knock warrants unless a court finds ‘clear and convincing evidence’ that giving prior notice of entry will ‘endanger the life or safety of any person, or result in the loss or destruction of evidence sought,’ and other situations.
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