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Soturday, May 15, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Satu.....y,-May--1---1971..TH...MICHI ..AN .DAILY...age. Seven

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NEW LAW:
Mitchell asking for
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Bring your own

. ... get acquainted WASHINGTON (P - The Nixon
food, car, equipment administration asked Congress yes-
terday for laws to permit federal
.. m #courts to deny freedom on bail "for
--I- certain defendants charged with
a dangerous or organized-crime
act."

Under the proposed legislation,
courts would be permitted to hold
for 6 days without bail a "dan-
gerous" person charged with the
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crimes of loan sharking, racketee_-
ing, sale of narcotic drugs, borib-
ing, kidnaping, robbery or assault
during an attempted hijacking.
The proposal would restrict she
ability of a convicted person to be
freed on bail pending appeal and
would give the government the
right to appeal release orders.
Preventive detention would be
ordered by courts on the basis of
four criteria, establishing the per-
son as dangerous, Atty. Gen. John
N. Mitchell said in a letter to House
Speaker Carl Albert, D-Okla.
These would be:
-A defendant who had been con-
victed of a felony within the past
10 years.
-An offense a allegedly coic.-
mitted while the defendant was free
-Probation or parole from a fel-
on bond.
ony charge or if the defendant is
a drug addict.
-When "the government cer-
tifies by motion that based on such
persons pattern of behavior, con-
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duct and on other factors, there
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conditions am-ich willcoo soubly
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munity."

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