A few months ago, California Supreme Court Justice Stanley Mosk got a standing ovation when he told a gathering of criminal defense lawyers what he thinks of the capital punishment law he is often called upon to apply.

“Someday,” intoned the man who has probably affirmed more death sentences than any Californian in history, “society may realize that it is not being served by the death penalty.”

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