Life Without Parole A Major Ga. Death Row Option

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A Georgia law passed 10 years ago to keep murderers in prison longer has become a popular alternative to the death penalty for prosecutors and juries, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Some 369 people have been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole since the option became available to juries. Over the same
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