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President Bush nominates Judge John Roberts Jr. (search) for the Supreme Court. Republicans are praising Bush's pick, while Democrats are hesitant until Roberts' background is thoroughly investigated. So what kind of judge is John Roberts? Shannen Coffin, former deputy assistant attorney general under President George W. Bush, weighs in.
Then, as authorities conduct DNA tests on blonde hairs attached to a piece of duct tape found on a beach in Aruba, DNA samples are taken from jailed teen Joran van der Sloot (search) and the now-released Kalpoe brothers. Could the DNA results provide a much-needed break in the Natalee Holloway case? We'll ask criminal profiler Pat Brown, CEO of Sexual Homicide Exchange.
And, a 12-year-old boy dies after he and his cousin were caught shooting bottle rockets at a car and the people in the car chased after them. Should the victims of the prank — the people in the car — be charged with manslaughter? We'll get the legal lowdown from defense attorney Craig Mitnick, FOX News legal analyst.
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