Some Judges Criticize Proposed Amber Alert Bill Some federal judges say they will resign if President Bush signs the Amber Alert bill, which would create a national child-kidnapping notification network. They say an amendment to the measure that places new restrictions on judicial discretion in sentencing criminals shifts power to prosecutors. Hear NPR's Allison Aubrey.
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Some Judges Criticize Proposed Amber Alert Bill

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Some Judges Criticize Proposed Amber Alert Bill

Some Judges Criticize Proposed Amber Alert Bill

Some Judges Criticize Proposed Amber Alert Bill

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Some federal judges say they will resign if President Bush signs the Amber Alert bill, which would create a national child-kidnapping notification network. They say an amendment to the measure that places new restrictions on judicial discretion in sentencing criminals shifts power to prosecutors. Hear NPR's Allison Aubrey.