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Supreme Court / Death Penalty; X-Movies; Student Voters; Confessions #463088

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 20, 1972
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(Studio) Supreme Court supports California decision abolishing death penalty there. Justices Warren Burger and William Rehnquist urge states to make it a crime to show x-rated movies in drive-ins whose screens can be seen by local children and passers-by. Court rules against class action by students who want to vote where they go to school; only individual registration cases considered. Court to review 1966 "Miranda" decision involving use of confessions in trials.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John
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00:00:50

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