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These are the 747 inmates awaiting execution on California's death row
A California Supreme Court decision has kept in place a measure passed by voters to speed up executions.
Due to delays and legal challenges, the state hasn't executed a prisoner in a decade. Only 13 men have been put to death since capital punishment was restored here in 1978.
Below are the 725 men and 22 women currently on death row. Click on the photos to learn more about the crimes that put them there.
Additional credits: Editing by Mark McGonigle | Design by Lily Mihalik | Development by Evan Wagstaff
Sources: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Times reporting