TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Rachel Hoffman's mother and father were at the Capitol on Thursday to announce that lawmakers will introduce a bill called "Rachel's Law.'' The bill will require law enforcement agencies to tell informants what they will be required to do and what they can expect in return.
Hoffman was already participating in a drug treatment program
for possessing marijuana and agreed to become an informant to avoid
prison time. She was found dead after a sting operation she was
participating in went awry. Two men are jailed awaiting trial on
charges of killing her.
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