Jun 20, 2019
Allison Haley, the district attorney for Napa County, is one of 58 district attorneys in California whose work is profoundly affected by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to suspend the death penalty. Her reaction to it, like that of many of her colleagues, is outrage. She explains her concern for victims and juries after a move that seems out of sync with the will of California voters.