Los Angeles Times
Donald Heller is partly responsible for turning California’s death row into the most populous and expensive in the nation. So why’d the lawyer known as “Mad Dog” change his mind?
In the late 1970s Don Heller penned a ballot initiative that would reinstate the court’s harshest sentence. But he’s since had a change of heart and mind.
Kaczynski’s apparent suicide attempt further complicated the proceedings and underscored concerns over his competency to stand trial. Elizabeth Farnsworth spoke with Donald Heller and two other court watchers about the trial.
San Francisco Daily Journal
A former prosecuter with a sharp mind and a sharp tongue is sitting by Chuck Quackenbush’s side.