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Miller on capital punishment, O’Malley and the Beltway Sniper

During an interview last week with The Daily Record’s Nick Sohr, Maryland Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Jr. took a moment to reflect on his positions on capital punishment in the state — with clear opposition to Gov. Martin ...

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Delaware judge refuses to delay Jan. 20 execution

WILMINGTON, Del. — A judge on Wednesday refused to delay this month’s execution of a convicted killer whose attorneys are looking to commute his sentence, arguing the courts have never properly considered the abuse the man suffered as a child ...

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O’Malley not likely to cut death penalty funding

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley, who opposes capital punishment, held a July meeting with two lawmakers and a death penalty opponent to discuss the possibility of ending funding for executions in the budget for the next fiscal year. But an ...

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Death penalty not ruled out in Maryland slain mom case

ROCKVILLE — The top prosecutor in Montgomery County said Wednesday his office may consider pursuing the death penalty against a man who is charged with killing his estranged wife and is suspected in the death of his stepson. “It’s something ...

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