The moratorium on the death penalty in California

Approximately 750 convicts living on death row in San Quentin, the oldest prison in California, opened in 1852.

The new Governor Gavin Newsom imposed a moratorium on the death penalty in

California and it can save the life of convicted.

Newsome signed a decree on granting of delays, all 737 California prisoners awaiting execution, three sentenced to death in the country. He made this decision three years after California voters rejected an initiative to abolish the death penalty and instead have taken measures

to accelerate performance.
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