Death Penalty Law Changes Considered In Virginia

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Virginia legislators are studying changes in laws on the death penalty, including barring the the state from executing minors, reports the Washington Post. Measures on today’s agenda of a senate committee would allow felons to bring forward new evidence of innocence at any time. The state’s three-week deadline for allowing new, nonscientific evidence of innocence
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