Is Time Running Out for Supreme Court on Death Penalty?

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Forty years after the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty, the justices are increasingly divided over when it is applied, how it is administered, and whether it serves any purpose, reports USA Today. Since the turn of the century, they have ended executions for the intellectually disabled, those whose crimes were committed as juveniles, and those who do not . . .

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