"Just 10 days before South Carolina is scheduled to carry out its first execution in a decade, Circuit Court Judge Joceyln Newman denied a move by two death row inmates’ lawyers to block the new execution law requiring them to choose between the electric chair and the firing squad. Newman did not issue an injunction to the new law Tuesday, saying the inmates’ lawyers’ claims that the change in the law is unconstitutional had little likelihood of success. Newman’s decision comes about a month after the South Carolina Legislature voted to change the state’s execution law. State lawmakers voted to change the execution law due to the state’s ongoing inability to purchase the necessary drugs to carry out a lethal injection..." https://archive.li/UaYRj
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