A federal judge overseeing Michael Angelo Morales' objections to lethal injection outlined an aggressive plan for resolving the Stockton man's case by year's end, which would clear the way for his execution.
U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel also said that by Friday he will decide if there's any reason to stay next Wednesday's planned execution of Albert Greenwood Brown Jr., convicted in Riverside County in 1982 of raping and murdering a 15-year-old girl.
Brown, 56, could be the first California man executed in nearly five years.
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Morales and all the other death row inmates, need to be dealt with yesterday. The appeals system in California needs reform badly. These death-row inmates appeal and appeal again, over and over, and it slows the system from working. Costing tax payers more and more money.
The victims deserve justice, maybe give the inmates 2 appeals, once they are heard, pull the switch!