Burden of proof 

Possible execution of Warren Lee Hill ignites debate over Georgia's stringent death-penalty standard

DEATH CHAMBER: The stayed execution of Georgia death-row inmate Warren Lee Hill has ignited the debate over what defines ‘mentally disabled’ in the Peach State.

Courtesy Georgia Department of Corrections

DEATH CHAMBER: The stayed execution of Georgia death-row inmate Warren Lee Hill has ignited the debate over what defines ‘mentally disabled’ in the Peach State.

Last week, the execution of Warren Lee Hill, a Georgia man sentenced to die for the 1990 killing of a fellow prisoner, was called off as Hill was being prepped for lethal injection. The decision, while seen as a win by Hill's…

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