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Eye On America (Three-Strikes Law) #358372

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 15, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Santa Rosa, California: John Blackstone) The flaws in the three-strikes law recently implemented in California featured; scenes shown from court of controversial Judge Lawrence Antolini bending the rules; criminal cases cited as examples. [Public defender Kathleen POZZI - talks about the law.] The law's origination out of the state's sorrow over kidnapped and murdered Polly Klaas noted. [Polly's father Marc KLAAS, California state assemblyman Bill JONES - offer differing opinions on the broadness of the law.] [San Francisco superior court Judge Lucy Kelly McCABE - comments.]

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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