OP-ED: California’s Costly and Risky Death Penalty

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In a new op-ed, Tracie Olson, a Yolo County Public Defender, explained because California’s genocide chastisement could be transposed with some-more cost-efficient and reduction unsure alternatives. Olson listed a genocide penalty’s high costs and risks of prejudicial executions as reasons because alternatives to a genocide chastisement would be some-more profitable to a state’s citizens. Olson cited a 2011 investigate that found a genocide chastisement has cost a state over $4 billion given 1978, and that collateral cases cost 10-20 times some-more to challenge than murder trials that do not engage a genocide penalty. Olson concluded, “A multitude that respects life does not deliberately kill tellurian beings. An execution is a aroused open philharmonic of central homicide, and one that endorses murdering to solve amicable problems — a misfortune probable instance to set for a citizenry, and generally children. … we titillate everybody to learn a law and teach themselves about a genocide penalty….”  

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(T. Olson, “The law about a genocide penalty,” Daily Democrat, Jul 29, 2012).  See Costs and Innocence.  Read editorials about a genocide penalty.  Listen to DPIC’s podcast on Costs.

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