Indianapolis Gets Curfew Law, Fails To Enforce It

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Indianapolis officials fought hard to get state lawmakers to pass a curfew law that could withstand a court challenge. Three months after the law passed, police have yet to enforce it, says the Indianapolis Star. Indianapolis police didn't know about the law, while the Marion County Sheriff's Department is waiting to make sure the curfew is legal. Indianapolis teens were charged more than 1,000 times under the previous law from 2001 until it was struck down in January by a federal appeals court. "There was a big press conference saying we couldn't arrest," Indianapolis Police . . .

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