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- I was positive I was on death row with a life sentence the equivalent of Alcatraz without parole.
- There are currently 560 people on the state's death row at San Quentin prison, more than in any other state.
- Smith, who is to be hanged, will probably leave death row after his sentence is commuted to life imprisonment.
- Three bombers are on the death row and 26 have been jailed for terms ranging from three years to life.
- The argument was that the long imprisonment on death row constituted inhuman or degrading punishment.
- More now on the escape of a Texas death row inmate from a county jail in Houston.
- On death row in Georgia, by contrast, prisoners spend several hours out of their cells each day.
- With the re-introduction of the death penalty, we can also have a British death row.
- What would you do if your father was put in jail on death row when you were six?
- I believe we should have a death row in this country, as in America, where murderers etc. can be kept for years.
- The inmates drew up a list of grievances for the new unit manager who had just been brought in to run the death row.
- Most often, those on the death row are those least able to defend themselves in court.
- With the death row inmate quickly exhausting his legal avenues, a new execution date could be set by the end of the year.
- As of January this year, death row contained 3,697 prisoners awaiting execution.
- Mia walked to her car with the confidence of a death row inmate walking to the chamber.
- I believe prison officials bent the rules for inmates who behaved well on death row.
- Government's plan to hang every prisoner on death row has encountered an obstacle.
- Led to the scaffold from a death row cell, he was prepped for the noose by a masked executioner.
- Readers may wonder how it is that an insane person winds up on death row in the first place.
- Some prisoners have to wait for up to 20 years on death row, and some even die in prison from natural causes.
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