Delay in Arkansas Executions Seen as Part of Larger Pattern

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An unprecedented series of recent court rulings that halted the execution of eight Arkansas prisoners reflects a decades-long national trend that has sharply curtailed the use of capital punishment, reports USA Today. Death penalty experts say the court decisions are in keeping with a number of factors prompting executions in the U.S. to decline, including challenges based on . . .

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