A'ight, I'm gonna be simple and see how it goes.
If you don't mind, let's change the first and second mandates to the following:
"1. Electronic Recording:
a. All statements made by a person during a custodial interrogation relating to a crime described in the U.S. Code shall be electronically recorded.
b. If any part of the interrogation necessarily takes place outside of a place of detention, audio recording is an acceptable alternative to audio and visual recording.
c. In places of detention, the camera shall be simultaneously focused upon both the interrogator and the suspect.
All statements made by a person during a custodial interrogation that are not electronically recorded, and all statements made thereafter by the person during the custodial interrogations, including but not limited to statements that are electronically recorded, shall be inadmissible as evidence against the person in any criminal or juvenile delinquency proceeding brought against the person."
"2. In all crimes under federal jurisdiction, the federal government shall preserve all evidence:
a. That is secured in relation to an investigation or prosecution of a crime for the period of time that the crime remains unsolved; or
b. That is secured in relation to an investigation or prosecution of a crime for the period of time that the person convicted of that crime remains in custody; and
c. That is in the custody of a law enforcement agency on the passing of this plan."
And the third mandate stays the same since I actually have an act for that one!
I hope that's alright with you, Veronica! I'm still working out the specs.