Compromised Conviction? 

Death-row inmate Scott Nordstrom maintains he's innocent and plans an appeal

Scott Nordstrom has been eagerly waiting for his day in court. However, that day will not come this month. Nordstrom, 41, arrived in Pima County Superior Court last week looking more like a lawyer than an 11-year resident of Arizona's death row…

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