Crime & Courts

February 28, 2014 3:52 PM

Supreme Court weighs IQ test in Fla. death penalty case

Florida officials say Freddie Lee Hall is smart enough to die for what he did. On Monday, 36 years after the double murder that sent Hall to death row, the Supreme Court will consider whether Florida is right.

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