Sen. Bill Haine, D-Alton, said Thursday he will file legislation to restore the death penalty in some cases. The legislation would restore the death penalty as a sentence option for those convicted of serial killings, heinous murders of a child, of an elderly person or of a person with a disability, murders of crime witnesses, correctional officers and law enforcement officials.
Sen. Bill Haine, D-Alton, said Thursday he will file legislation to restore the death penalty in some cases. The legislation would restore the death penalty as a sentence option for those convicted of serial killings, heinous murders of a child, of an elderly person or of a person with a disability, murders of crime witnesses, correctional officers and law enforcement officials. Seth Perlman Associated Press
Sen. Bill Haine, D-Alton, said Thursday he will file legislation to restore the death penalty in some cases. The legislation would restore the death penalty as a sentence option for those convicted of serial killings, heinous murders of a child, of an elderly person or of a person with a disability, murders of crime witnesses, correctional officers and law enforcement officials. Seth Perlman Associated Press

Haine to push bill bringing back death penalty in worst cases

September 10, 2015 02:53 PM

UPDATED September 11, 2015 10:01 AM

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