23 November 2003

Death Cases - Judicial Decisions:

(1) A federal judge rules that a murder was to avenge the honor of a girlfriend and not to further a criminal enterprise and therefore, no death penalty.

(2) A judge decides a man isn't retarded enough to avoid the death penalty.

(3) Police can trick you into providing evidence against yourself even if they pretend to be lawyers. I guess the reasonable expectation of privacy doesn't attach.

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