Most Federal Juries Rejecting Death Penalty

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When he became Attorney General, John Ashcroft was faced with an internal study that raised serious questions about the federal death penalty. A small number of places, including pockets of Texas and Virginia, were accounting for the bulk of death cases. Experts decried the geographical disparities. Ashcroft’s solution, says the Los Angeles Times, was to
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