Decision on whether suspects in abduction and slaying of Nadirah Ruffin could face the death penalty will take a long time, be made privately - Press of Atlantic City: Atlantic City | Pleasantville | Brigantine

Decision on whether suspects in abduction and slaying of Nadirah Ruffin could face the death penalty will take a long time, be made privately

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Posted: Saturday, November 19, 2011 10:54 pm

A death penalty case is a rarity for New Jersey, after the state abolished capital punishment in 2007.

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