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FILE - In a Jan. 15, 2008 file photo, Lam Luong is escorted into Mobile County District Court Judge Charles McKnight's court room at Mobile Government Plaza in Mobile, Ala. The Alabama Supreme Court ruled 5-3 Friday, March 14, 2014 that a 2013 decision by the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals reversing Lam Luong's capital murder convictions was wrong. Luong, a Vietnamese immigrant, was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death in 2009 for driving the four children to the Dauphin Island Bridge in Mobile County on Jan. 7, 2008, and throwing the four children into the Mississippi Sound about 100 feet below. (AP Photo/Press-Register, Bill Starling) MAGS OUT

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File - In file photo provided by the Dane County, Wis., Jail is Brian C. Stowe of Madison, Wis. Stowe was sentenced to 27 years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting eight women. (AP Photo/Dane County Jail, Wisconsin State Journal, File)

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**FILE** Stephen Mallett, of Nashville, Tenn., listens during a news conference on March 10, 2014, in White Plains announcing a case against Rev. Thomas Ogletree for breaking church law by officiating his son's same-sex marriage had been dropped. The decision is considered a victory for Methodists who have defied church law and organized ministry to all couples. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Stephen Mallett, of Nashville, Tenn., listens during a news conference on March 10, 2014, in White Plains announcing a case against Rev. Thomas Ogletree for breaking church law by officiating his son's same-sex marriage had been dropped. The decision is considered a victory for Methodists who have defied church law and organized ministry to all couples. (Associated Press)

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FILE-This Jan. 30, 2012 file photo shows Young Lee, one of the former founders of the Pinkberry yogurt chain stands with his attorney Philip Kent Cohen, right, during his arraignment in the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Building in Los Angeles. Lee has been convicted, Friday, Nov. 8, 2013, of assault with a deadly weapon for striking a transient with a tire iron. Lee was sentenced Friday March 14, 2014, to seven years in prison for beating a homeless man with a tire iron in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Times, Al Seib, Pool,File)

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FILE - This July 10, 2007 file mug shot shows District Court Judge Elizabeth Halverson in Las Vegas. Halverson, a former Nevada state court judge whose courtroom conduct, disciplinary suspension and eventual removal from the bench became a rare public spectacle in 2007 and 2008 has died. (AP Photo/Las Vegas Review-Journal, Gary Thompson) NVLVS OUT, LOCAL TV OUT, LOCAL INTERNET OUT

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Maricopa County Superior Court Joseph Kreamer sentences Johnathan Doody on Friday, March 14, 2014 in Phoenix, Ariz. Doody, convicted of killing nine people, including six monks, during a robbery at a Buddhist temple in metro Phoenix was sentenced Friday to 249 years in prison. Doody was founded guilty in January of first-degree murder in the deaths of six monks, one nun and two helpers who were shot in the back of the head and were found arranged face-down in a circle in August 1991 at the Wat Promkunaram temple west of Phoenix. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Rob Schumacher, Pool)

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Johnathan A. Doody, awaits to be sentenced by Maricopa County Superior Court Joseph Kreamer on Friday, March 14, 2014 in Phoenix, Ariz. Doody, convicted of killing nine people, including six monks, during a robbery at a Buddhist temple in metro Phoenix was sentenced Friday to 249 years in prison. Doody was founded guilty in January of first-degree murder in the deaths of six monks, one nun and two helpers who were shot in the back of the head and were found arranged face-down in a circle in August 1991 at the Wat Promkunaram temple west of Phoenix. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Rob Schumacher, Pool)

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Johnathan A. Doody, enters the court of Maricopa County Superior Court Joseph Kreamer on Friday, March 14, 2014 in Phoenix, Ariz. Doody, convicted of killing nine people, including six monks, during a robbery at a Buddhist temple in metro Phoenix was sentenced Friday to 249 years in prison. Doody was founded guilty in January of first-degree murder in the deaths of six monks, one nun and two helpers who were shot in the back of the head and were found arranged face-down in a circle in August 1991 at the Wat Promkunaram temple west of Phoenix. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Rob Schumacher, Pool)

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Johnathan A. Doody leaves Maricopa County Superior Court Joseph Kreamer on Friday, March 14, 2014 in Phoenix, Ariz. Doody, convicted of killing nine people, including six monks, during a robbery at a Buddhist temple in metro Phoenix was sentenced Friday to 249 years in prison. Doody was founded guilty in January of first-degree murder in the deaths of six monks, one nun and two helpers who were shot in the back of the head and were found arranged face-down in a circle in August 1991 at the Wat Promkunaram temple west of Phoenix. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Rob Schumacher, Pool)

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In this March 13, 2014 photo released by the Solano County Sheriff's Office is Joshua Cooper. The teen father in California is under arrest after police say he bit the nose off his 1-month-old son because he was frustrated with the infant's crying. Fairfield police say 18-year-old Joshua Cooper was being held Friday in jail on suspicion of child cruelty and aggravated mayhem. Police say they received a call Thursday by a distraught woman who said her baby was bleeding from his nose. (AP Photo/Solano County Sheriff's Office)