Steve Cooley

former Los Angeles District Attorney

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President of a Steve Cooley & Associates, a private consultancy; former District Attorney for Los Angeles County; 2010 Republican candidate for California Attorney General

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There are 746 inmates on death row in California, which hasn't conducted an execution since 2006. Yesterday, after 28 years on death row,  Wilbur Lee Jennings died of natural causes .

Will California Voters Speed the Pace of Executions?

There are 746 inmates on death row in California, which hasn't conducted an execution since 2006. Yesterday, after 28 years on death row, Wilbur Lee Jennings died of natural causes .

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LA County's elected Tax Assessor, John Noguez, did the perp-walk in handcuffs early this morning from his home in Huntington Park to a waiting patrol car.

LA County Assessor Arrested

LA County's elected Tax Assessor, John Noguez, did the perp-walk in handcuffs early this morning from his home in Huntington Park to a waiting patrol car.

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LA District Attorney Steve Cooley is more than impatient about the death penalty in California. The population of death row is 725, and there's been no execution since 2006.

Can LA's District Attorney Dust Off the Death Penalty?

LA District Attorney Steve Cooley is more than impatient about the death penalty in California. The population of death row is 725, and there's been no execution since 2006.

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