New Calif. Law Seals Witness, Victim Info; Media Now Shut Out?

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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill Tuesday that allows prosecutors to keep an unlimited amount of personal information about crime victims and witnesses from the public. Under Senate Bill 58, which goes into effect immediately, prosecutors and courts in California’s 58 counties are required to establish policies to black out certain identifying information about
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