Part 1: How the Department of Justice decides who is tried--and who isn't--under the expanded federal capital punishment law. The officials sift through the gruesome evidence of recently filed federal murder cases--and decide whether the government should seek the death penalty for the defendants. Part 2: DOJ seeks consistenceyin capital cases, but defense bar cites vagaries. Is there uniformity or bias?
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