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The Act provides for the imposition of life without parole for persons convicted of murder independent of a death penalty prosecution. The Act provides that the sentence of life without parole may be imposed without the necessity of the trier of fact making a recommendation of such sentence or finding statutory aggravating circumstances. The Act provides jury instructions as to the definitions of “life imprisonment” and “life without parole.” The Act amends existing law relating to prehearing sentences in felony cases. The Act repeals all conflicting laws.

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