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September 25, 2007

Early coverage of the lethal injection cert grant

I have added a new topical category for coverage of the Supreme Court's consideration of Baze v. Rees, 07-5439, the Kentucky case which will finally enable the Court to address on the merits the constitutionality of modern lethal injection protocols.  As How Appealing's latest posts spotlight, Baze may quickly become one of the highest profile cases on the Court's docket this term.  Here is a brief round-up of some of the early blog and MSM coverage of the cert grant.

Notable blog coverage:

Notable MSM coverage:

UPDATE:  I am pleased (and somewhat bemused) to discover that this early coverage from the New York Times quotes from this blog post.  Thank goodness Typepad has spell-check.

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