Arrests in Baltimore for illegal guns often lead to dropped charges or little jail time

Charlie Crist with Adam Walsh

Adam Walsh, right, of America's Most Wanted, shows his approval as Florida Governor Charlie Crist signs the Anti-Murder Act, Monday, March 12, 2007 at Ft. Lauderdale City Hall. looking on , is Fla. State Rep. Sandy Adams, R-Orlando, and Fla. State Rep., Jack Seiler, D- Wilton Manor. The legislation will require brutal felonly offenders who violate probation to return to jail until the court determines whether the individual poses a danger to the community.
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