U.S. Supreme Court weighs 'double jeopardy' dispute

Credit: Reuters India- Published on December 6, 2018
U.S. Supreme Court justices on Thursday expressed skepticism about putting limits on criminal charges being brought against people for the same offenses by both federal and state prosecutors in a case involving an Alabama man charged with illegally possessing a gun.

Credit: Wochit News
Published on December 6, 2018 -  00:31
Tennessee Set to Execute Murderer By Electric Chair On Thursday
According to Reuters, Tennessee plans to execute by electric chair on Thursday a 61-year-old man who has spent more than 36 years on the state’s death row. David Miller was convicted in Knox County of first-degree murder for the 1981 killing of Lee Standifer, a 23-year-old woman. Miller has been on death row since March 1982. His electrocution would come more than one month after the state executed Edmund Zagorski, a convicted double murderer, also by electric chair.

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