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The U.S. Congress is in the midst of considering a proposed piece of legislation known as the Court Security Improvement Act of 2007. The act consists of five titles, the first four of which actually pertain to improving court security. The fifth and final title of the act, however, consists of “Miscellaneous Provisions,” and here’s where things begin to get interesting.
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