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: StandDown Texas Project

Louisiana Lethal Injection Challenge Dismissed

By Steve Hall

"La. judge refuses killer's plea to halt executions," is the title of Mary Foster's AP report, via the New Orleans Times-Picayune.Hours after Louisiana conducted its first execution in eight years, a state judge on Friday dismissed a request to halt all executions in the state until the Department of Corrections changes its procedures. Attorneys from the Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana, acting for condemned killer Nathaniel Code, maintained that Louisiana's guidelines for execution by a three-drug lethal injection are not specific enough.State District Judge R. Michael Caldwell agreed with attorneys from the attorney general's office, however, and dismissed the matter, ruling that the question should have been presented under a different set of laws designed to answer prisoner complaints...continue to full post

Full post as published by StandDown Texas Project on January 11, 2010 (boomark / email).

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