Tx. Death Row Inmate Challenges Danger Prediction

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Texas juries may impose a death sentence only if they find that the defendant probably will commit more violent acts, says the New York Times. Other states look backward, asking juries to consider the moral blameworthiness of the crime. Texas juries rely on expert testimony. In 1986, psychiatrist Edward Gripon, testified that David Harris, then
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