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Defense lawyer proves what great-grandfather couldn’t for Black teen in 1930s

First Amendment, abortion rights, juvenile justice round out roundup

Today is Monday, the 47th anniversary of the release of the movie “Jaws.”

Here are some other news items.

— Defense attorney’s great-grandson wins posthumous exoneration of Black teenager executed for 1930 murder.

— First Amendment challenge to high school’s ban on T-shirts displaying guns heads back to district court.

— Japan requires spousal consent, with few exceptions, to terminate a pregnancy.

— Divided North Carolina Supreme Court sets parole eligibility for violent juvenile offenders at 40 years.