High Court Takes Up Texas Death-Penalty Lawyering

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Prosecutors allowed two key witnesses to lie to a jury that sentenced Delma Banks to death in 1980. A federal appeals court said it didn’t matter, the Christian Science Monitor notes. Last March 12, Texas was scheduled to execute Banks, but the U.S. Supreme Court delayed it. Today, the court hears arguments on whether the
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