Legal Fallout from Arrests at GOP Convention Persists in NYC

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New York City has one memento from the 2004 Republican National Convention that seems destined to last: an especially bitter dispute over the city’s methods and motives in detaining hundreds of protesters, well beyond the ordinary legal time limit of 24 hours, without the usual access to lawyers, reports Jim Dwyer in the New York
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