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Connecticut’s Supreme Court rules death penalty unconstitutional in the state

Connecticut’s top court on Thursday ruled that the state could no longer impose the death penalty, saying that under the state’s constitution it amounted to cruel and unusual punishment. The decision followed a 2012 state law that abolished capital punishment for crimes committed after...
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The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that death penalty is unconstitutional and barred the executions of 11 prison inmates on the death row.

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The ruling, which says the law is “cruel and unusual,” blocks the execution of the 11 inmates currently on death row.

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