Stephen Bright

Senior Counsel at the Southern Center for Human Rights

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President and Senior Counsel at the Southern Center for Human Rights, a public-interest legal project in Atlanta, Georgia, providing representation to people facing the death penalty and challenging unconstitutional conditions in prisons and jails

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There are 3300 convicts on death row in the United States—more than 600 in California alone.  Just 53 people were executed last year.

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There are 3300 convicts on death row in the United States—more than 600 in California alone.  Just 53 people were executed last year.

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