Time capsule revealing bits of San Diego history from 1961 is opened

Time capsule revealing bits of San Diego history from 1961 is opened

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The new Central Court got its own time capsule after construction. Dalton said items placed in a 3-foot box include newspapers, a book on court operations, and a bit of current technology — an iPhone, with a charger. Sheriff's officials donated a photo of their court services staff. The Public Defender's Office added its own advice for the ages, a T-shirt with the logo: "You have the right to remain silent. Use it."

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