Only One-Third On FL Death Row Were Sentenced By Unanimous Juries

Print
Florida has more than 170 people on death row who may not have been condemned to die in any other state. It is the result of its one-of-a-kind law that allows a jury to recommend capital punishment by a simple majority vote, says the Tampa Bay Times. Unburdened by the need to reach a unanimous
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.