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April 12, 2005

Notable death penalty stories

Though the Booker legislative developments have my attention, a few notable death penalty items merit mention.  From the legislative arena, TalkLeft has all the details here on the planned vote in the New York Assembly Tuesday on whether the state's death penalty should be reinstated.   And from the judicial arena, law.com has this fascinating article which explains that an "increasingly conservative 9th Circuit is growing less receptive to capital claims."

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