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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Darryl Robinson
Prince George's prosecutors say violations of the county's dance-hall law remain prevalent, despite a crackdown that resulted in guilty pleas Wednesday from the first club operators charged under the new statute.
Two operators of a Capitol Heights-area nightclub that was the site of a deadly drive-by shooting are expected to plead guilty Wednesday to violating Prince George's County's newly enacted law governing dance halls, prosecutors said.
Despite the previous and expected guilty pleas, an attorney representing Mr. Robinson said the criminal charges and opposition to the dance-hall legislation should not be confused.