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AZ Supreme Court grants death-row inmate more time (access required)

The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday gave death row inmate Samuel Lopez another 43 days to live, a delay designed to give three new members of the Board of Executive Clemency time to gain enough training before hearing his plea for mercy.

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