Caitlin's Law Clears Final Hurdle

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Senate passed legislation
today that would tighten state bail requirements on particularly
dangerous suspects.
The bill is named the Caitlin Wooten Act in honor of a slain
16-year-old cheerleader.
The measure was sent to Governor Brad Henry, who is expected to
sign it into law.
The bill strengthens bail laws by requiring persons charged with
kidnapping to prove they are not a public danger before they are
allowed to post bail and be released from police custody.