San Franciscans could make death penalty ruling stick
In the wake of yesterday's [Wed/16] judicial ruling that California's death penalty system is unconstitutional - with federal District Judge Cormac Carney calling it arbitrary and so subject to endless delay that it "serves no penological purpose" - San Franciscans could play a key role in converting the ruling into an abolition of capital ... (more)
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#1 Jul 17, 2014
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