High Court Hears Death Appeal Retroactivity Case

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The Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday on whether a 2002 ruling that requires juries, not judges, to decide whether someone gets the death penalty should be applied retroactively. A decision in the case from Arizona could determine whether more than 100 condemned prisoners, mostly in the West, may get new sentencing hearings, reports USA Today.
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