Federal Judges Share Blame for Long Capital Cases, Castille Says

, The Legal Intelligencer


In the wake of a federal judge's criticism of federal defenders for "gaming" death-penalty cases, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille—an outspoken critic of the defenders himself—said some of the blame in relation to prolonged death-penalty appeals had to be placed on federal jurists as well.

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