Death Sentences Hit 30-Year Low; Jurors Wary?

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The number of U.S. convicts imprisoned with death sentences dropped in 2003 to its lowest level in 30 years, helping to provoke the third straight annual decline in the nation’s death row population and signaling the continuation of a slow trend away from state- and federally ordered executions, according to data released yesterday by the
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