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Two tried in San Diego could be among next executed

There are nearly 750 inmates on death row in California, where 13 men have been executed since 1978. The last one was nearly a decade ago, and the system has been embroiled in legal challenges ever since. At least 16 have exhausted their appeals and could be executed if the state adopts a new single-drug protocol and resumes capital punishment. Of those 16 inmates, two were tried and convicted in San Diego County:

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