The proposal was approved in a single discussion at Alerj Thiago Lontra/ Alerj The bill that prevents arrest requests from being made based solely on photographic recognition was approved at Alerj (Rio’s Legislative Assembly), in a single discussion, on Thursday ( 21). The text went to Governor Cláudio Castro for sanction or veto within 15 days. For a person’s photo to be included in a recognition procedure, there will be a need for other evidence of participation in the crime, such as checking their presence on the day and place of the incident. The proposal establishes that the arrest request be made through evidence of authorship and materiality. See also Brasília STJ orders release of doorman accused in 62 cases based solely on photographic recognition Cities Justice reviews arrests based on photo recognition Rio de Janeiro Doorman leaves jail after 3 years in prison and 60 charges based on photographic recognition in RJ The text by deputies Luiz Paulo (PSD) and Carlos Minc (PSB) was based on Resolution of the National Council of Justice (CNJ) 484/22. “With this project, we are not doing justice, we are trying to alleviate injustices, because structural racism continues. This project became part of all ideological currents in this House, this is victory. Fighting structural racism is a historic struggle, and small victories need to be celebrated. Everyone wants to end or reduce this injustice, which has led to innocent people being imprisoned. There is no repair for this”, declared Luiz Paulo.
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