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For Thursday, July 3, 2014


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 03, 2014

~~<p><strong>Prosecutors could have avoided $4.2M tab</strong></p>
<p>We hope U.S. prosecutors have learned a lesson: Don't try to impose the death penalty in a state that rejects the practice. Naeem J. Williams' murder trial could have been avoided altogether. He was willing to accept life in prison years ago for killing his daughter Talia in 2005 &mdash; the same sentence he received after the jury deadlocked over the death penalty last week.</p>
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Prosecutors could have avoided $4.2M tab

We hope U.S. prosecutors have learned a lesson: Don't try to impose the death penalty in a state that rejects the practice. Naeem J. Williams' murder trial could have been avoided altogether. He was willing to accept life in prison years ago for killing his daughter Talia in 2005 — the same sentence he received after the jury deadlocked over the death penalty last week. Login for more...



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