Ga. Reviews Juvenile Laws After High-Profile Cases

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After two high-profile cases, a special Georgia Senate committee is reviewing laws affecting juveniles and will recommend legislative changes next year, says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. State Sen. Bill Hamrick chairs a panel created after the death of Amy Yates, 8, whose body was found April 26. A 12-year-old boy who lives in her neighborhood was
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