Oct 20, 2015

Arkansas's Highest Court Keeps Executions on Hold, for Now - ABC News

The Arkansas Supreme Court says a lower-court judge overstepped his jurisdiction by halting the executions of eight death row inmates, but then granted its own stay so the inmates have enough time to challenge a state law that shields the source of death penalty drugs from the public. The...

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