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Bill would make it more difficult to arrest domestic violence suspect
February 5, 2013 5:57 PM
The Committee on Criminal Justice heard testimony on a pair of bills that would require an officer called to a domestic disturbance to witness an assault or for a criminal complaint to be filed within 12 hours before an arrest can be made.
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