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February 18, 2005

Capital notes around the blogsphere

For those seeking a brief Booker break, check out TalkLeft's two notable pieces on the death penalty, with this post on continuing problems in Illinois' death penalty system and this post questioning the guilt of the defendant executed on Thursday in Texas.  And the PRACDL Blog provides here the legal basics of the hotly litigated federal capital trial in a high-profile alien smuggling case in Houston.  Also, the Death Penalty Information Center has at its website a number of interesting new items, including this item about the growing elderly population on death rows.

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