Life Without Parole
The man convicted of killing three members of a San Francisco family will be spending the rest of his life behind bars.
Opponents of the death penalty gathered in San Jose Thursday to kick off a state-wide campaign to replace capital punishment with life without parole.
The second of two California brothers convicted of the Thanksgiving killings of three Oakland family members has been sentenced to life in prison.
More than two-thirds of California voters favor keeping the death penalty despite a growing preference for life without parole for certain crimes, a new survey shows.