"Conn. death penalty trial to resume," is the AP report, via the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
A trial is set to continue for Connecticut death row inmates who claim their prosecutions were fraught with racial and geographical biases.
Five of the 11 men on the state's death row are plaintiffs in the appeal trial being held at Northern Correctional Institution in Somers. The proceeding is set to resume Monday. It's been held on and off for the past two months, with a video feed for the public at Rockville Superior Court.
The inmates claim their death penalties were decided in arbitrary and discriminatory ways based on their race and where they were prosecuted. Prosecutors deny the claim.
Earlier coverage from Connecticut begins at the link.