AL Senate Votes to End Judicial Overrides in Death Cases

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The Alabama Senate ovewhelmingly voted to end the practice of allowing judges to overrule jury sentences in death penalty cases, the Montgomery Advertiser reports. The wide margin of approval came as something of a surprise for a bill that needed a tie-breaking vote to get out of committee on Feb. 8. Alabama is the last state where . . .

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