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In a case pitting convicted sex offenders against former Governor George Pataki, a jury decided Wednesday that the three-term governor did not violate the criminals' rights by authorizing a program to involuntarily commit them to mental institutions after they completed their sentences. Pataki wasn't in court to hear the verdict. A message left with his attorney, Abbe Lowell, wasn't immediately returned.

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