Re: Sean Taylor's convicted killer sentenced in Fla.
Originally Posted by HailGreen28
It's the near endless cycle of appeals of the death sentence, that are more expensive than life imprisonment. Not the execution itself. Correct?
And it's a disgrace that since the Sean Taylor murder, we had the Zimmerman incident and that trial begin and end, and three of the scum involved in the Taylor murder still haven't been tried.
That is correct, although it is not an endless cycle of appeals but more often just one automatic appeal. Life in prison in maximum security costs the state about $800,000 total. Legal bills for death penalty cases run in the $3-4 million range for each case.
Rooting for the Dallas Cowboys should be recognized as a treatable mental disorder.
Last edited by Lotus; 01-25-2014 at 11:10 PM.