Caylee Marie Anthony's LAW BRING TO ILLINOIS!!!!!
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Caylee Marie Anthony's LAW BRING TO ILLINOIS!!!!!

    1. Traci Kleinaitis
    2. Petition by

      Traci Kleinaitis

      Homer Glen, IL

OVERVIEW There should be a new law created called Caylee's Law that will make it a felony for a parent or guardian to not notify law enforcement of a child going missing within 24 hours Let's keep another case like Caylee Anthony out of the courts. Contact your State Senators and Representatives. PETITION LETTER Create Caylee's Law, Not Reporting Child's Disappearance Should Be a Felony Greetings, On July 5, 2011, at 1:15 pm CST, Casey Anthony was found not guilty of first degree murder in the death of her daughter Caylee Anthony. The only charges she now faces are four counts of falsifying police reports, each of which only carries a 1 year prison term. Since she has been in jail since August 2008, she will be out of jail ENTIRELY too soon. I'm writing to propose that a new law be put into effect making it a felony for a parent, legal guardian, or caretaker to not notify law enforcement of the disappearance of a child within 24 hours of the time that they know the child is missing, so proper steps can be taken to find that child before it's too late. This way there will be no more cases like Casey Anthony's in the courts, and no more innocent children will have to go without justice. The case of Caylee Anthony was tragic, and there is no reason for another case like this one to hit the courts. Let's do what is necessary to prevent another case like this from happening.

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    1. wow!! Thank you!!

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      Sincerely,

      Christine Radogno
      State Senator, 41st District
      Illinois Senate Republican Leader

    2. Senator continues....

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

       As a member of the Illinois Senate, please rest assured that I continue to work hard to ensure that our laws protect children in Illinois .  Thank you again for contacting me.
       

    3. Senator continues.....

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      However, I am having staff research the issue and provide me with recommendations for legislation addressing your concerns regarding the failure of a parent, legal guardian, or caretaker to not notify law enforcement of the disappearance of a child.

    4. Senator replies to me and is researching!!!

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      Traci:

      Thank you for contacting me with your concerns regarding the outcome of the Casey Anthony trial and requesting passage of “Caylee’s Law”.  I agree with you that this was a very tragic case and it touched every one of us deeply.
       

    5. Thank you to all that have signed

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      we still need more signatures in fact we need 100 and only have 38? Thank you to all that HAVE signed it , but PLEASE to even be noticed we need 100!!! please fwd this to ALL your contacts!!!!! we can do it!!!

    6. Reached 25 signatures
    7. Ok we have 20 plus the presidents and 6 other governmental personsonal

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      we need to forward this message. TO ALL OF OUR CONTACTS!!! please pass this on to your own contact lists!! And I want to thank EVERYONE who has signed it thus far!!! Thank you! This story hits home to me because I have a beautiful little angel niece!

    8. Reached 10 signatures
    9. I received a very nice email thanking me it was to long to post;

      Traci Kleinaitis
      Petition Organizer

      Dear Traci
      What you did for Caylee's Law is amazing. I can't wait to see what you'll do next. 

      Onward,

      Patrick and the Change.org Team

    10. Reached 5 signatures

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