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July 7, 1987
Michael B. Ross, 27, became the first person sentenced to death in Connecticut since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the death penalty in 1976, drawing the penalty for the kidnap-murders of four teen-age girls in 1983 and 1984. Superior Court Judge G. Sarsfield Ford in Bridgeport imposed the sentence selected by a jury 10 days earlier and set the execution date for Aug. 14, or within five days of that date.
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October 10, 1988 | KENNETH J. GARCIA, Times Staff Writer
Michael B. Ross has spent most of the last week sitting at a drafting table in his Sonoma office, designing the largest courtroom in the United States. Barring a last-minute settlement, the courtroom will be the site of a colossal legal battle beginning early next year in Los Angeles.
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October 10, 1988 | KENNETH J. GARCIA, Times Staff Writer
Michael B. Ross has spent most of the last week sitting at a drafting table in his Sonoma office, designing the largest courtroom in the United States. Barring a last-minute settlement, the courtroom will be the site of a colossal legal battle beginning early next year in Los Angeles.
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July 7, 1987
Michael B. Ross, 27, became the first person sentenced to death in Connecticut since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the death penalty in 1976, drawing the penalty for the kidnap-murders of four teen-age girls in 1983 and 1984. Superior Court Judge G. Sarsfield Ford in Bridgeport imposed the sentence selected by a jury 10 days earlier and set the execution date for Aug. 14, or within five days of that date.
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