The time from when a convicted killer is sentenced to death to the day the execution is carried out is outrageously long. About that there is little disagreement among many attorneys and lawmakers who favor the death penalty.

What’s less clear is whether the steps Florida lawmakers took during a three-day special session early this month, designed to streamline the capital punishment process, will work once put into play.

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