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Inside Bay Area
California's death-penalty delays put on trialCalifornia is about to find out if taking three decades or more to execute deat
California's death-penalty delays put on trial
Inside Bay Area / Posted an hour ago
California is about to find out if taking three decades or more to execute death row inmates will turn out to be the fatal flaw in the state's long-faltering death penalty system. In a case that may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
California's death-penalty delays put on trialCalifornia is about to find out if taking three decades or more to execute deat
California's death-penalty delays put on trial
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted an hour ago
California is about to find out if taking three decades or more to execute death row inmates will turn out to be the fatal flaw in the state's long-faltering death penalty system. In a case that may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal... Read more
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Orange County Register
Exclusion of blacks from juries raises renewed scrutinySHREVEPORT, La. – Here are some reasons prosecutors have offered for excluding
Exclusion of blacks from juries raises renewed scrutiny
Orange County Register / Posted 13 days ago
SHREVEPORT, La. – Here are some reasons prosecutors have offered for excluding blacks from juries: They were young or old, single or divorced, religious or not, failed to make eye contact, lived in a poor part of town, had served in the military, had... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
California experiencing crime wave less than year after election“The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act” isn’t living up to its promise. Also k
California experiencing crime wave less than year after election
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
“The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act” isn’t living up to its promise. Also known as Proposition 47, the California ballot initiative, which was approved in November 2014 with 60 percent of the vote, downgraded drug possession and many property... Read more
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Everett Herald
‘Sancturary' laws protecting criminals, not public‘Sancturary’ laws protecting criminals, not public Published: Friday, August 1
‘Sancturary' laws protecting criminals, not public
Everett Herald / Posted 16 days ago
‘Sancturary’ laws protecting criminals, not public Published: Friday, August 14, 2015, 12:01 a.m. “I am not remiss to say that from Washington, D.C., to Sacramento, there is a blood trail to Marilyn Pharis' bedroom,” Santa Maria, California, Police... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
California agrees to pay for sex reassignment for transgender inmate'California is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's se
California agrees to pay for sex reassignment for transgender inmate'
Inside Bay Area / Posted 19 days ago
California is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's sex-reassignment operation, but the state's settlement of a recent court case sidesteps the question of whether such surgery is a constitutional right. The state concedes... Read more
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The Morning Call
In a first, California agrees to pay for transgender inmate's sex reassignmentCalifornia is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's se
In a first, California agrees to pay for transgender inmate's sex reassignment
The Morning Call / Posted 20 days ago
California is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's sex reassignment operation, but the state's settlement of a recent court case sidesteps the question of whether such surgery is a constitutional right. The state concedes... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
In a first, California agrees to pay for transgender inmate's sex reassignmentCalifornia is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's se
In a first, California agrees to pay for transgender inmate's sex reassignment
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
California is first in the nation to agree to pay for a transgender inmate's sex reassignment operation, but the state's settlement of a recent court case sidesteps the question of whether such surgery is a constitutional right. The state concedes... Read more
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