California – Legislators to introduce ‘Caylee’s Law’ in wake of murder case

The Sacramento Bee – July 13, 2011 – California legislators are seeking to increase the penalty for parents who fail to report their children missing in the wake of the controversial verdict handed down in the death of a young Florida girl. Assemblyman Paul Cook, R-Yucca Valley, announced today that he is introducing legislation to make it a felony for a parent, guardian or caregiver to fail to report that a child under 12 years old is missing within 48 hours of the disappearance. The bill, called “Caylee’s Law,” was sparked by the Florida case of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony. Full Story:

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