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Freed after 16 years, Malaysia’s longest-serving ...
Freed after 16 years, Malaysia’s longest-serving remand prisoner BY V. ANBALAGAN AND LOOI SUE-CHERNMarch 03, 2014 Lawyer Karpal Singh says his client was acquitted on technical grounds. – The...
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Court of Appeal
Despite admission, parole denied for prisoner who...
Publication: The Day
denies release of girl's assailant Joseph E. Bynum, who is serving a 12-year prison sentence for nearly killing his former girlfriend's 13-month-old daughter in...
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Yale-New Haven Hospital
Trying Again To Hide The Pardons Process
The latest effort to entomb the state Board of Pardons and Paroles in secrecy is unwelcome evidence that there simply is never a time-out in government's fight to cover its tracks. Especially here in...
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Dannel P. Malloy
Victims' families angry with Inslee death penalty...
Washington Govenor Jay Inslee's decision to suspend executions of death row inmates has prompted a new senate bill, introduced by State Senator Steve O'Ban of Tacoma that has gained the support of the...
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ACLU lawsuit claims Nebraska prison officials pre...
LINCOLN — The ACLU of Nebraska claims that the state is preventing two jailbirds from becoming married lovebirds. On Tuesday, the civil rights organization filed a lawsuit against state prison...
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Neb. High Court Again Takes on Teen Life Sentences
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- The Nebraska Supreme Court has, for the second straight week, addressed the issue of teenagers sentenced to life without parole. Trevelle Taylor was 17 in 2009 when he shot and...
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State senator files bill to reverse death penalty...
And late Tuesday, a state senator introduced a measure he says would reverse the moratorium on executions. Sen. Steve O’Ban, R-Tacoma, says the moratorium is a “misuse of (the governor’s)...
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