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Pace of death row executions expected to increase in 1997

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As fewer funds are being allocated for attorneys to handle death penalty appeals and recently passed federal and state laws are set to speed up the appeals process, Bryan Stevenson and Richard Dieter discuss the politics of death row. The guests describe the importance of race and poverty in the appeals process and place the issue in its broader political context.

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