Eleven convicted killers sit on Connecticut’s death row at the maximum security prison in Somers, but their lives were spared by the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling this past summer, or were they?
This week the high court heard arguments from prosecutors that the death penalty should be reinstated for those convicted before the death penalty was repealed.
It’s a complicated case, which is why we brought in attorney Proloy Das to Face the State to explain it. Das has argued before the state supreme court, and is extremely knowledgeable about the death penalty debate and the justices who will rule on this latest argument.
Tune in this Sunday at 11AM on WFSB for Face the State.