"Megan's Law” is the first-ever state law which allows the public to learn, utilizing a 900-number and CD-ROM, the identities of convicted child molesters released from prison.
During his term, capital punishment resumed after a quarter of a century. Led successful national effort for congressional reform of the death penalty appeals process in federal courts. Graduated with honors from Notre Dame University and received his law degree from Georgetown University in 1971. He and his wife, Bobbi, have been married more than 30 years and have three adult children.