Ohio Prosecutors Seek Fewer Executions; Life Without Parole Cases Up 92%

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Prosecutors across Ohio are changing the way they charge suspected killers. They are indicting far fewer on capital murder charges and pushing more sentences of life in prison without parole, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The number of capital murder indictments filed across the state since 2010 has plummeted by 77 percent, as just 19
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