"The thing I regret most that I cannot change -- except by what I do now -- was drafting the death penalty initiative."
July 16, 2011 11:33 AM Subscribe
"The way I look at it, what I created can and may already have resulted in the [execution] of an innocent person." Donald Heller is partly responsible for turning California's death row into the most populous and expensive in the nation. So why'd the lawyer known as "Mad Dog" change his mind?
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