In California, death row is expected to cost between 5 and 7 billion dollars by 2050.
also interesting to see:
The National Registry of Exonerations — a database of those who were wrongfully convicted and later exonerated since 1989 — reports that California had the second-highest number of wrongful convictions in the country at 97 (tied with Texas). The state with the high…
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