The California Supreme Court has reversed five death penalty cases since December. That tally could rise Monday, when the court is expected to issue another death penalty case decision. This clutch of reversals so far follows two years without a single reversal. Is this a statistical blip, or is something else going on?
We talk with Emily Green, who covers the state's highest court for the Daily Journal. She says the reasons for the reversals vary according to the individual case.
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