Faculty member Brendan Abel, JD discusses proposed bill for an objective clinical entity to preform emergency clinical care during encounters with police.
There is currently no legal right in any U.S. jurisdiction for a person in an encounter with police to request and be provided immediate emergency medical care by an objective clinical entity. A bill in the Massachusetts legislature would provide such a right.
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