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May 3, 2006

So much capital sentencing news...

Thanks to Howard Bashman and his amazing ability to assemble important legal headlines at How Appealing, I can spotlight three big on-going death penalty stories simply through links to his blog:

  • For stories on Ohio's problems with a lethal injection yesterday (previously discussed in this post), check out links here.
  • For stories on Texas having possibly executed an innocent man, check out links here.
  • For stories on the lengthy Moussaoui deliberations, check out links here.

Also, Howard also now has this post noting a Ninth Circuit ruling about federal rules for crediting juvenile time served, and this post noting a Second Circuit ruling about using a polygraph to keep tabs on sex offenders.

May 3, 2006 at 11:37 AM | Permalink


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