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(Washington: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Baltimore: Bob Woodruff) The freeing of murder suspects in Baltimore, Maryland, because of the failure to provide them with constitutionally guaranteed speedy trials examined. [Freed man William FLOWERS, victim's father Sedric SUGGS, state's attorney for Baltimore City Pat JESSEMY, murder suspect Jay ANDERSON - offer views on the justice system.] The reasons why police in Baltimore now arrest more suspects than the court system can handle noted. [Baltimore City circuit court Judge David MITCHELL - says more prosecutors are needed.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Woodruff, Bob
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