Georgia Supreme Court

Can lethal injection be changed at will? High court hears case

Ga. Supreme Court considers whether changing death row drug cocktail must follow mandated steps for change in 'rules'

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Oral arguments Monday over a change in Georgia's method of lethal injection centered on the esoteric question, "What is a rule?" Joe Drolet (above) was peppered with questions about a change in the lethal injection formula. Drolet represents the state.

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