Mich. AG’s Anticrime Plan: Critics Cite Politics

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http://www.detnews.com/2003/metro/0310/14/c01-297578.htm Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox is starting new crime-fighting initiatives, including a review of unsolved murder cases and a crackdown on sex offenders who fail to register their addresses. In an interview with The Detroit News, Cox invited prosecutors in smaller counties to refer tough cases to his office. University of Detroit Mercy Law Professor Larry Dubin cautioned Cox to pay heed to his office's core responsibilities, such as consumer protection. Only . . .

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