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Supreme Court looks likely to side with black death row inmate

Duane Buck appealing death sentence after an expert witness told jurors Buck was more likely to be dangerous because of his race
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Attorneys for Texas death row inmate Duane Buck — a black man whose sentencing trial included testimony claiming he was more likely to be a future danger because of his race — will try to convince the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to...


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