Council of State's Role in Death Penalty Cases a Legal Wrangle

INDY Week | February 14, 2008
In the latest development in a tangle of state and federal cases that have led to a de facto moratorium on North Carolina's death penalty, state lawyers argued that the Council of State, a body of statewide elected officials, should not be required to have a public hearing to consider how the state executes prisoners.
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