April 25th, 2012, 3:25 pm
Posted by Teri Sforza, Register staff writer
We told you recently about a stunning study which found that putting a condemned prisoner to death in California cost $308 million per man.
“Executing the Will of the Voters? A Roadmap to Mend or End the California Legislature’s Death Penalty Debacle ” had unusual authority, written as it was by folks from both sides of the debate: U.S. 9th Circuit Judge Arthur L. Alarcon, who has prosecuted death penalty cases, and Loyola Law School professor Paula M. Mitchell, who argues against them.
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