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Court to Reconsider Capital Punishment for Juveniles

October 21, 2004
After 15 years, the Supreme Court is revisiting the issue of how old a murderer must be to receive a death sentence for his crime. The Court is reviewing the case of Christopher Simmons, who was 17 when he killed a woman in 1993 by hogtying her and throwing her into a river to drown.

Fictional Characters Sign Voter Registration Forms

October 21, 2004
A man has been arrested on a felony charge for submitting fake voter registration cards in Ohio. He is accused of using names such as Mary Poppins and Dick Tracy to fill out more than 100 such forms, all of which had similar-looking signatures.

TV Special Profiles Secret Service

October 14, 2004
The National Geographic Channel’s “Inside the U.S. Secret Service” offers a perspective from inside the agency that protects the president.

Student Faces Charges for Taking Civil War Replica to School

October 14, 2004
A student in Pine Bush, N.Y., was arrested and could be expelled because a school security guard saw a replica musket in his car, which the teen says was left over from a weekend Civil War re-enactment.

Calif. Three-Strikes Law Could Undergo Makeover

October 14, 2004
A Nov. 2 ballot measure that amends the California three-strikes law could set free many offenders jailed under the law’s original guidelines.

Texas Officer Burned on Domestic Disturbance Call

October 7, 2004
A police officer in Harlingen, Texas, is hospitalized in critical condition after being doused with gasoline and catching on fire, say police.

New Concealable BB Gun Could Pose Threat to Cops

October 7, 2004
A Minneapolis gun shop has just debuted an affordable gun small enough to be easily concealed, making it a potential tactical threat to police officers.

New York Police Fight Truancy

October 7, 2004
Police officers in Albany, New York, are now on the lookout for children skipping school as part of a citywide crackdown on students playing hooky.

San Diego Chief Orders Tattooed Officers to Cover Up

October 1, 2004
Under the new policy, officers with "excessive" body art, including tattoos and piercings, will have to cover up while on duty.

Patriot Act Provision Ruled Unconstitutional

September 30, 2004
A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a section of the Patriot Act that had allowed the FBI to request businesses’ financial records to investigate terrorism.
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