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First Court of Appeal Judge Lori S. Rowe. Courtesy photo First District Court of Appeal Judge Lori S. Rowe. Courtesy photo

Siding with a union that represents law-enforcement officers, a state appeals court on Tuesday unanimously decided that a constitutional amendment expanding victims’ rights can shield the identities of police officers who were threatened in use-of-force incidents.

The decision by a three-judge panel of the First District Court of Appeal came in a lawsuit filed on behalf of two Tallahassee police officers who maintained that, as victims, they were entitled to privacy protections included in the 2018 constitutional amendment known as “Marsy’s Law.”

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