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Death Penalty

The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled against death-row inmate, Raymond Mata Jr., who claimed his constitutional rights were violated when the death penalty in the state was reimposed by a public referendum after the state legislature had passed a bill repealing it.

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled against death-row inmate, Raymond Mata Jr., who claimed his constitutional rights were violated when the death penalty in the state was reimposed by a public referendum after the state legislature had passed a bill repealing it.

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