Death Row Populations Down; Many Factors Cited

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The population on Maryland’s death row has fallen by half in under 3 1/2 years, falling into the single digits for the first time since the 1980s, reports the Washington Post. Neither executions nor exonerations account for the decrease from 18 to 9. The state has not put anybody to death since 1998. The attrition
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