Supreme Court won't hear challenge to new federal death penalty plan, report
The decision should allow administration to go forward with death penalties, executions
June 29, 2020 - 10:16am
The Supreme Court reportedly said Monday that it won't hear a challenge to the Justice Department's new, proposed death penalty protocols.
The administration's proposed protocols could begins as early as July, with executions having effectively stopped since 2003.
The suit was filed by four death row inmates, according to The Washington Post.
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