Death Row Inmates' Hopes Rest On Bias Data
When the landmark case that challenges the death sentences of five of Connecticut's 11 death-row inmates resumes Tuesday, testimony will shift to competing experts' analysis of whether race and geography played a role in prosecutors' decisions to seek executions.
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#1 Sep 11, 2012
This is unbelievable The victims rights are no where to be seen,
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