California new death penalty law gets scorched in preliminary higher court statement

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The joy and triumph of the California District Attorney Assn from the 2016 passage of a ‘speed-em up death penalty’ statute Prop 66 just got a less than triumphant preliminary look by the state’s Supreme Court. Guys like San Bernardino’s ambitious DA Michael Ramos and the state Attorney General may have to eat some crow in 60 days when the SC panel posts its final review. Their pro death penalty platform was described as a means to remove ‘unnecessary” appeals. Left unsaid was that this same bunch clearly ignore the presence of rotten prosecutorial misconduct in their sacrosanct midst.

http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/State-Supreme-Court-skeptical-about-key-death-11200016.php?cmpid=twitter-desktop

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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