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March 8, 2006

Some notable capital headlines nationwide

As is often the case, newspapers from many states have notable death penalty stories:

And over at FindLaw, Sherry Colb has this commentary about the Supreme Court's Guzek ruling (background here) entitled "The Death Knell of Residual Doubt: The Supreme Court Underestimates the Relevance of Innocence."

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