Ellen Kreitzberg

Professor of Law at Santa Clara University

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Professor of Law at Santa Clara University and Director of its Death Penalty College, a training program for defense attorneys with pending capital cases

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In San Jose yesterday, an anesthesiologist from Columbia Medical School said convicts executed by lethal injection in California may have been conscious and suffered excruciating pain.

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In San Jose yesterday, an anesthesiologist from Columbia Medical School said convicts executed by lethal injection in California may have been conscious and suffered excruciating pain.

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