CA High Court Divided Over Speeding Death Appeals

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California's Supreme Court heard arguments on a ballot measure passed in November to speed up executions. Proposition 66, backed by prosecutors, would require courts to review death penalty appeals rapidly. Several justices said it was clear that the court could not meet the measure’s five-year deadlines for resolving death penalty appeals without sacrificing attention to other kinds of cases . . .

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