Justices Delay Alabama Execution For Seventh Time

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The U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution of a long-time death row inmate so justices could have time to consider questions that he raised about his method of execution, the Montgomery Advertiser reports. The court had asked to review briefs raising the question of whether Thomas Arthur could argue for an execution method not explicitly authorized in state law. Arthur . . .

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