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The D.C. Council has made the city's disorderly conduct laws a bit more ... explicit.
Tags: disorderly conduct , D.C. Council , Metropolitan Police Department , Cathy Lanier , D.C. police , Patricia Riley , U.S. Attorney's Office's Office , American Civil Liberties Union , Citizen Complaint Review Board , D.C. Attorney General , Gary Emerling
Should Virginia use the DNA of one person to catch a relative who may have committed a crime? That's what the state's crime commission will consider on Monday.
There may be a new technique to try and catch the man who has been dubbed the "East Coast Rapist."
Girls currently in Maryland who require high-security facilities could be sent out of state.
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