http://www.indystar.com/print/articles/7/058031-8037-102.html Indiana's death penalty law could be poised for another dramatic change after of a judge dismissed capital punishment charges against two killers, the Indianapolis Star says. The Indiana Supreme Court will weigh whether a judge should be able to impose the death penalty when a jury deadlocks. "If I were a judge, I would be very concerned about the prospect of getting it wrong," said Paula Sites of the Indiana Public Defenders Council . . .
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