CA Execution Measure May Create ‘Death Penalty Court’

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If a November ballot measure to speed up executions goes into effect, the California Supreme Court will have to decide hundreds of death penalty appeals in rapid succession, the Los Angeles Times reports. That mandate would turn the state’s highest court into what analysts say would be “a death penalty court,” forced for years to devote about 90 percent of . . .

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